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Mining the Past: A Celebration of History and Culture in Minnesota's Iron Range

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Title: Mining the Past: A Celebration of History and Culture in Minnesota's Iron Range
Author: Aasen, Michael
Abstract: This project examines how the development of brownfields can benefit local communities and ecologies. Reclamation-based design principles are used to propose remediation of contaminated soils and the adaptive reuse of existing structures and landscapes. The focus lies in the creation of a space that exemplifies history and culture while enriching the lives of local residents and attracting future visitors. By strengthening the bond between the past and present, a stronger sense of identity will be formed along with cultural pride.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Brownfields.
Iron mines and mining.
Hazardous waste site remediation.
Parks.
Trails.
Ironton (Minn.)
Crosby (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/19994

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