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This project was made possible through funding received from the Northwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership and the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs. We thank our Planning Team for their participation and contributions and extended project community partners for their support. We also thank Ellen Hopkins Elementary School staff, volunteers, and participants in the community meetings for their valuable input during the process. Project Partners: Ellen Hopkins Elementary School (EHES), Ellen Hopkins Parent Teacher Advisory Council (PTAC), University of Minnesota Extension; Northwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships and Youth Development (NWRSDP), Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, Community Assistant program (CAP), Center for Sustainable Building Research, Design for Community Resilience Program, River Keepers, Institute on the Environment, Full Spring Studio, LLC
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Ellen Hopkins Elementary School: Nature Based Play Space.
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