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Resilient Communities Project (RCP): Minnetonka, 2012-2013  [4]

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The Resilient Communities Project builds community-University partnerships for sustainability, working with one city partner per year to facilitate faculty-supervised course-based projects that meet city-identified sustainability needs.

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Design Thinking and Minnetonka's Future

Sattler, Maggie (Resilient Communities Project (RCP), University of Minnesota, 2012-12)
This report summarizes a project that used design thinking strategies to inform the City of Minnetonka's future engagement with neighborhoods and residents in the community. The project was completed as part of the course ...

Housing and Density Options Study

Creed, Jonathan; Giant, Joseph; Johnson, Wesley; Nesse, Kristina; Oltz, Brent (Resilient Communities Project, University of Minnesota, 2012-12)
he University of Minnesota – Humphrey School of Public Affairs graduate student research team, through the 2012-2013 Resilient Communities Project and the City of Minnetonka, compiled this housing density research report ...

Minnetonka Neighborhood Identities

Holey, Laura; Merz, Ryan; Porter, Dean; Simon, BrieAnna (Resilient Communities Project, University of Minnesota, 2012-12)
This document seeks to help the City of Minnetonka (1) understand how to promote neighborhood organizations and identities based on local and national case studies and (2) understand existing neighborhood entities. This ...

City of Minnetonka Watershed Analysis

Alapati, Gayatri; Baldwin, Patrick; Bogg, Karen; Dunsmoor, Josh; Kaczmarek, Hagen; Kalinosky, Paula; Liddle, Patrick; Mazack, Jane; Niebuhr, Spencer; Taraldsen, Matt; Winzenburg, Lucas; Wynia, Molly (Resilient Communities Project, University of Minnesota, 2012-12-12)
Students in ESPM 5295 were tasked with the unique assignment of presenting the City of Minnetonka with reliable data on contaminants entering several identified watershed areas. Doing so required gathering our own data and ...