The Upper Arm Bay Resort: On the Missouri
Hodenfield, Garrett C.
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Focusing on scrutinizing the significance of the economic gain and loss of rural communities in North Dakota. Farming communities are slowly declining around the Forth Berthold Indian reservation area due to the lack of interest in coming back to a small community and revamping there profession. Extensive studies have been done to tackle how to stop the decline of the community and revamp the once vibrant community. Creating a recreational resort in the heart of the Missouri River will encourage citizens from around the country to visit this location which will provide guided tours for recreational hunting and fishing. The design concept will be directly related to users interests. Access to the site, sustainability, landscape design analysis and the cultural diversity is involved in the project. Site inventory analysis of the surrounding area, population control, aspects in the landscape will lead to a sustainable community and limiting pollutants of the water from chemical waste. Developing this site will help tourism in the area and bring back the once well rounded rural town.