Published: Rebuilding Main Street in Rural America

October 23, 2019

For Main Street America, Wendy Van Duyne explores how to find funding when your wish list exceeds the budget

By Wendy Van Duyne

 

Downtowns are the lifeblood of our communities, but in many rural areas, it’s becoming harder to maintain a strong downtown core. As budgets are stretched to accommodate critical needs, where can these towns look for additional funding? Wendy Van Duyne shares three keys to success: know your community, know your project, and know your funding agencies.

Read the full article in Main Street America.

 

About the Author

Working with the team in our Bismarck office, Wendy Van Duyne is an associate and landscape architect with a focus on master planning. With more than 12 years of professional experience, she has successfully provided leadership to multi-disciplinary teams on a wide variety of master planning projects in market sectors including municipal, higher education, and industrial development.

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