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Choices for the Future of the Hiawatha Valley.

Author: 
Scherer, Troy and Hiawatha Valley Partnership.

The Hiawatha Valley, the corridor from Red Wing to Wabasha, is nationally recognized for its breathtaking scenery, quaint historic river towns, and rich and diverse wildlife. The Valley is experiencing population and 2nd home increases that are likely to accelerate. This growth could damage the very resources that make the Valley so desirable. This set of three publications is intended to educate the community about critical cultural and environmental resources, local government ordinances that currently control development, and choices that can be made about the future of the Valley. The set includes (1) a Hiawatha Valley Atlas with 17 GIS maps, a tool for land-use decisions; (2) an Ordinance Information Matrix for the Hiawatha Valley; and (3) a 22-minute DVD presentation on choices.

Publication date: 
2006
Publisher: 
Unpublished.
Sponsor: 
Prepared in partnership with the Experiment in Rural Cooperation, the University of Minnesota's SE Regional Sustainable Development Partnership and the Red Wing Area Fund by the Community Assistantship Program (CAP), administered by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
Pages: 
38 pp. plus foldouts and DVD
Online availability
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CURA call number: 
CAP-096

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