Great cities choose pathways that achieve a collective imagination. In 2015, the Minneapolis Parks Foundation created the Parks Fellow program to achieve transformative efforts with the power to alter the trajectory of a city. Since its inception, the Parks Fellow seat has been held by urban designer and strategist, Bruce Chamberlain, FASLA.
In this presentation, Bruce discusses why the pathways between bold public initiatives and implementation have become so allusive and how cities can break through barriers to achievement, how RiverFirst and the Minneapolis Parks Fellow program are testing innovative models for achieving urban transformation, and the importance of the Parks Fellow program to our region.
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