A research study that integrates water and social science to assess and enhance coastal community resilience under extreme weather events.
A study exploring ecological knowledge used by tribal and nontribal natural resource management agency personnel in Northern Minnesota.
A project partnership with the Seven Mile Creek Watershed district aimed at developing a community-led approach to acheive water quality goals in Seven Mile Creek, Minnesota. This assessment will guide a collaborative visioning, goal-setting, and conservation planning process anchored in shared learning and a shared commitment to water.
Conceptual graphics of a water and terrestrial trailhead, Riverside Park Trailhead, New Ulm.
Researchers in collaboration with three local watershed districts investigated community capacity and conservation behaviors associated with stormwater management from the perspectives of diverse community members who live and work in the watersheds.Findings are meant to inform and enhance water resource programs and better enable water resource professionals to build community capacity to engage in stormwater management.