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MISSISSIPPI RIVER ANTHROPOCENE MINNESOTA / WISCONSIN FIELD STATION

Description 

Field Station 1 considers the stretch of land that extends from the Mississippi River’s headwaters at Lake Itasca, down to the unglaciated region that crosses southeastern Minnesota, southwestern Wisconsin, and northeastern Iowa known as the Driftless. This stretch of the Mississippi River marks both its “natural” and “anthropogenic” origin, where a small creek becomes a continental torrent, where the Dakota, Ojibwe, and many other native peoples centered their material and spiritual lives, and where the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has pursued its mandate to organize, manage, and direct the river’s flow for almost two centuries.

Team

Morgan Adamson, Mark Borrello, Bruce Braun, Andrea Carlson, Jen Caruso, Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, Jodi Enos-Berlage, Tia-Simone Gardner, Monica Haller, Jane Hawley, Simi Kang, Anya Kaplan-Seem, John Kim, Liz Kozik, Emma Lundberg, Boris Oicherman, Roopali Phadke, Max Ritts, Daniela Sandler, Jenny Schmid, Joe Underhill, Michael Winikoff and Simona Zappas

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