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Apr

11

Le Sueur Map Party Points a Way Forward

 Recently, more than 70 people took part in a new kind of watershed-based civic engagement in Pemberton MN:  The Map Party. The idea is simple.  Get your local historical society, your local soil and water conservation district and local staff from the DNR, the MPCA, the Department of Ag,  and academic institutions together in one […]

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Apr

04

Emergent Streams of Interaction. Your Input Requested.

Have you ever found yourself hypnotized by sitting next to a river or a waterfall for 10 minutes studying how the water flows? It is a great exercise to focus your eye on one point of the flowing water upstream and then follow that point as it flows through your plane of vision and then […]

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Mar

22

How Does It Feel to Attend a Listening Session? Ask the People in Granite Falls.

The people of Granite Falls want to make sure you find them, and celebrate their charming town and river front. How?  Tourist applications with cloud technology for those on the road. A shared city bus and ride-sharing to make commuting affordable from nearby towns.  Published and centralized youth programs to help youth choose where to […]

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Mar

11

How to Convert Empty Grocery Store into Geek Entertainment Center and Maker Shed

While Morris, Minnesota may not be able to support two large mainstream grocery stores, who’s to say that one man’s old, vacant store is not another man’s emerging world for entertainment and invention? One of the site’s hottest pursuers? A thirteen year old inventor and community leader,  Ben Goldstein. Instead of limiting the choice for […]

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