We need to change the way we look at the river. We need to stop being afraid of it, and start looking to it as a source of community pride. But that’s difficult given our recent flood history and the river’s condition as little more than a rock-lined ditch through town.
Restore the Natural Habitat
Minot’s now-dead loops are an embarrassment. But underneath the silt and duckweed are the last remnants of a natural river. Learn more here.
Renew Our Lost River Culture
Let’s start to think of the river as a place that shapes our weekend plans for activities like fishing, swimming, canoeing, and skating in the winter. Learn more here.
Recapture Value Stolen by Floods
What’s the difference between riverfront and flood prone? Property value. With a renewed river culture, we can recapture the value of living in the valley. Learn more here.