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2013 HOW Conference: Diverse Voices of the Changing Kinnickinnic

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Community Stewardship for Great Lakes resources is crucial to the sustainability of restoration work. In a flood management project on the Kinnickinnic River watershed on Milwaukee’s diverse south …

Community Stewardship for Great Lakes resources is crucial to the sustainability of restoration work. In a flood management project on the Kinnickinnic River watershed on Milwaukee’s diverse south side, success has been achieved through grassroots efforts that overcome cultural and linguistic barriers and meet community needs. This presentation was given by Iris Gonzalez, Community Engagement Specialist, Sixteenth Street Community Health Center.

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  • 1. The Kinnickinnic River Neighborhood
  • 2. Updated 1% Annual Probability Floodplain (SEWRPC, 2008)

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