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Connecting with Minnesota"s urban rivers

Connecting with Minnesota"s urban rivers

helping cities make sustainable choices for the future.

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Published by Minnesota Planning in [St. Paul, MN] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rivers,
  • Minnesota.
    • Subjects:
    • Sustainable development -- Minnesota.,
    • Rivers -- Minnesota.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsMinnesota Planning (Agency)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1225.M6 C66 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3749014M
      LC Control Number2003431247
      OCLC/WorldCa49940161

      Stemming from a University of Minnesota symposium on the IW bridge collapse, The City, the River, the Bridge addresses the ramifications of the disaster from the perspectives of history, engineering, architecture, water science, community-based journalism, and geography. Contributors demonstrate the university’s commitment to issues that concern the community and share insights on. 2 days ago  Young, Biloine Whiting St. Paul Author, Community Leader Dies Biloine 'Billie' Young, beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother, wife, loyal friend, Minnesota and St Paul community leader.

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        Less than 80 years ago, the mighty Colorado River flowed unhindered from northern Colorado through the Grand Canyon, Arizona, and Mexico before pouring into the Gulf of California. But as this NASA Earth Observatory satellite photo from September shows, irrigation and urban water needs now prevent the river from reaching its final destination.   For example, the Minneapolis City Council passed an urban policy in that rezoned every single family lot to support a triplex. The aim was to create a denser urban area, a lower carbon future, and to work toward housing justice by addressing the harm of redlining. When I asked him what made Minnesota unique, his answer surprised me.


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Connecting with Minnesota’s Urban Rivers offers principles and design guidelines for river communities interested in adopting a sustainable approach to riverfront development.

The approach requires a community to support long-range planning, engage all interests and act on a vision for its river. Minnesota is known for its o lakes, but many don’t give due credit to miles of phenomenally beautiful rivers.

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InC. “Bill” Truesdale founded New Rivers Press as an independent publishing house to provide a voice for new authors. Today, New Rivers Press honors Truesdale’s tradition with a dual mission: to connect the best new and emerging writers and storytellers from across Minnesota and the world with eager audiences and to provide hands-on learning opportunities for students.

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There are Minnesota women alive today whose grandmothers were born with no right to vote. These same Minnesotan’s mothers needed a husband’s or father’s signature to obtain credit or permission to take a job, and their daughters still fight for payMinnesota women have spent the years since the 19th Amendment codified their right to vote in exceptional ways: They hold.

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