April 4, 2012
The Center for Resilient Cities simply "gets it". The staff and fellow board members "get" that successful urban neighborhoods and sustainable cities require attention to the whole person and the total environment--natural and built. Our projects use intensive community engagement, organizing people around those things that we can help with--water, energy, food, healthy living--and the things that neighborhood people care about. I am always excited to hear our staff briefings about our projects; GreaterJohnsons Park in Milwaukee and the Resilience Research Center in Madison being our current projects underway. Troy Gardens, a project completed some years ago, has won awards and has been featured in publications as an example of best practices.
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