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Bringing Art Outside, and into the Community

Public art is being used to help build connections to communities, increasing resident investment in their neighborhoods and streets while attracting business and tourism to the cities they call home.

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Supersize My Branding Please

Both small business and large Fortune 500 companies serve critical roles in the commercial industry, but branding and its incorporation into physical design can sometimes take a much different path.

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2017 Interior Design Trends

Temperatures are dropping across the U.S., but these textures, patterns, and colors are heating up. Take a look at some of the hottest design trends and others on the horizon for 2017.

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Give Thanks, Then Get Outdoors – Join the Movement

A nation-wide campaign to get families outdoors, Minnesota’s Legacy Amendment, and new park and trail resources across the Midwest are enhancing outdoor visitor experiences - all while promoting active lifestyles and a greater connection to nature.

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Bring the Cows Home

Hungry Americans are ditching their light, fat free, and reduced cholesterol yogurts, cheeses, and milk for whole, short-label products. The alternative? Whole-fat foods. But what does this mean for the Midwest dairy industry?

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Managing the Right Flow: Inflow + Infiltration 411

Reducing stormwater inflow to sanitary sewers through proactive efforts can have a tremendous impact on communities and homeowners alike.

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Game-Time Decisions

As the level of play from student athletes continues to advance, so too should the performance of sports facilities. Every detail counts, including choosing the right field surface.

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From Playgrounds to Plan Sets – The Evolution of a Career in Civil Engineering

La Crosse Rising Star ISG leader Will Kratt, PE, discusses STEM curriculum, impact, and evolution of modern day civil engineering.