When a project route runs through valuable farmland, it can prove to be a sticking point for many of the stakeholders within the project area. In my experience, what’s critical to managing this process goes beyond technical know-how and hard numbers—it takes an understanding of human nature and emotional connections to the land.
A prime example of the ecosystem at work is in the City of Highland Park, MI, where the water system’s deteriorated conditions stemmed from years of neglect. Learn how the city set up a sustainable operations plan that reversed the cycle into a functional ecosystem that serves the community and the municipality.
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