Monthly Archives: November 2009

Chesapeake Bay Strategy Offers Context for Mississippi River

In declaring the Chesapeake Bay a national treasure and committing to a robust clean-up effort, President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency are creating a policy context for the futures of great American water bodies. Continue reading

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Mississippi River Waterfronts Add Up to More than Dollars and Cents

Riverfront developments up and down the Mississippi River add more value to their communities than just dollars and cents. One reason is that River planning – when done right – is a tool for civic engagement.

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