Tag Archives: Iowa River watershed

Planning for Floods at the University of Iowa: A Challenge for Resilience and Sustainability

[Note: This post refers to Charles Connerly, Lucie Laurian, and James Throgmorton. 2016. Planning for Floods at the University of Iowa: A Challenge for Resilience and Sustainability. Journal of Planning History 1538513216646131, first published on May 6, 2016. A complete … Continue reading

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Pork, Planning and Place

[Note: A complete version of this paper can be found at the following: Throgmorton, James A. 2012. Pork, Place, and Planning. Poroi: Vol. 8, 1. Available at: http://ir.uiowa.edu/poroi/vol8/iss1/2%5D This paper focuses on the relationship between pork producers and consumers, and … Continue reading

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5 P.M. (CDT) by the Iowa River

In the late 1990s I began feeling that nothing ever changes and that there is nothing to do in my home town (Iowa City, Iowa). When that feeling settled in my soul most heavily I felt like I was stuck … Continue reading

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We’re Living Downstream from Someone Else

For a slightly different version, see Jim Throgmorton. 2008. Iowa City Press-Citizen (August 6): 15A. Just a few days ago, two economic development officials from the U. S. Department of Commerce toured Cedar Rapids and urged local leaders to work … Continue reading

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