Soul of University: Walkability workshop focuses on St. Paul’s Frogtown, Summit-University neighborhoods

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Placemaking Expert Dr. Katherine Loflin led a Walkability Workshop in St. Paul’s Little Mekong neighborhood through a light drizzle on May 8. Loflin is the lead consultant on the “Soul of the Community,” an investigation on why people love the places they live. Her appearance at the workshop was part of the 2nd Annual Placemaking Residency, and was presented by the District Councils Collaborative and Saint Paul Riverfront Corporation.

In this video of the walk around the University/Western Green Line Light Rail station, Loflin speaks about the community’s assets, and how the small touches residents place in their environments signal the community’s hidden strengths.

 

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