Come to see the unveiling of the Minneapolis Riverfront Vitality Report sponsored by Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership and to learn about future plans and current progress for the riverfront. The featured keynote speaker will be Dorothy Bridges, senior vice president for community development, outreach and public affairs at …Read More
In this video, Charlene K. Roise, President of Hess Roise and Company in Minneapolis talks to Jon Commers, Principal at Donjek, Inc. in St. Paul about the historical identity and community interactions with the central and upper Mississippi River. Roise discusses the changing relationship with …Read More
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Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board
and the Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership
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This slideshow previews the potential public-private funding strategies for RiverFirst. Included are demographic maps of the RiverFirst area, key themes for implementation, findings about perception and approach to implementation, and broad Priority Project funding projections.
Donjeck Inc. completed the Finance Strategy analysis and recommendations and …
Naomi Pescovitz of KSTP-TV Channel 5 covered RiverFirst last night. This is an excellent segment featuring Tom Leader and several community members, and captures the importance of RiverFirst to the region.Read More
If you’re following RiverFirst design or looking forward to our forthcoming Finance Strategy, you’ll appreciate this Executive Summary presentation.
Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board Commissioners heard, Wednesday, May 1, a summary of progress from the RiverFirst Design Team and the RiverFirst Initiative, who have completed …
PUBLIC HAS TWO OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN ABOUT SCHERER PARK/HALL’S ISLAND, NEW RIVERFRONT TRAILS AND OTHER AMENITIES
Thursday, May 2, 2013
11 AM – 12:00 PM Community Open House
6 – 8:00 PM Public Meeting: Presentations begin at 6:10 PM
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
Tonight, 6-8PM, Charles Birnbaum, founder & president of The Cultural Landscape Foundation, will be lecturing at the University of Minnesota on the subject Cultural Landscapes, Design and Historic Preservation. The program is sponsored by the College of Design Dean’s office, the Department of Landscape Architecture and …Read More
Did you know that by the time a drop of water from Lake Itasca reaches the “dead zones” near the mouth of the Mississippi River, it’s nearly depleted of oxygen?
A group of Indigenous women are raising awareness about the River’s health as they walk …