Listening sessions identify quality-of-life goals in Upper Minnesota Valley region
GRANITE FALLS -- Partly in response to political gridlock, the Bush Foundation is sponsoring an initiative it calls InCommons.
It promotes face-to-face gatherings in which participants identify the values and interests they share, and work together to reach their common. Hosted by Clean Up our River Environment, three In-Commons "listening sessions'' have been conducted to date in the Upper Minnesota River Valley.
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