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Title: Rural Transitions: A Supplemental Community
Author: Mikkonen, Blain
Abstract: The thesis, Rural Transitions, investigates the problem that has become a growing trend as more people move from rural, agricultural areas into suburban or city life. Many of the existing country dwellers are no longer exercising the agricultural practices of their ancestors and have opted to seek convenience in populated areas instead. This has left small communities struggling to survive taking many necessities from the communities. Rural Transitions responds to this issue; the project will instill the rural and agricultural lifestyle into a rural mixed use, live, work play environment. This opportunity also provides a supplemental facility to surrounding communities as well as a unique style of living that maintains a rural quality of life and provides a more sustainable lifestyle.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Mixed-use developments.
Joint occupancy of buildings
Richland County (N.D.)
Galchutt (N.D.)
North Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22842

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