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Title: Seeds To Grow | A Community led greenway
Author: Riley, Jesse
Abstract: Project-based learning can positively influence community in the normally reactionary design of a riparian greenway. This thesis examines how a greenway system can affect a community by allowing its residents to play an integral role in its development and mplementation. Exploring the relationship between flooding and community will provide insight into ways for the two to coexist. An ecological corridor designed for both social and ecological sustainability can provide flood protection, education, community pride, and enhance the wellbeing of the community for future generations. By taking a proactive approach these goals can be obtained and planned appropriately.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Greenways.
Urban parks.
Riparian areas.
Open spaces.
Floods.
Flood damage prevention.
Red River of the North.
Moorhead (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/20125

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