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The traditional development pattern has tremendous financial upside and limited financial downside. In contrast, the suburban approach has limited financial upside and a downside that can literally go negative.
The kind of development America needs happens at the scale of strong citizens.
Growth is not enough. What America needs is productive growth—growth that builds wealth generation after generation.
We've created a system that feeds on short-term growth but doesn't account for the long-term costs of that development.
We are living through, today, what is the largest social, cultural, political and financial experiment that's ever been attempted by humankind.
What does productive growth look like in a twenty-first century city?
Chuck Marohn's newest Curbside Chat presentation in Salem, OR is now available to watch.
Since last July, more than 6,000 people have heard the Strong Towns message in person through our events.
As part of our Iron Range events last week, Chuck Marohn was asked to participate in a local tv program, Almanac North. The hosts asked some challenging, insightful questions. Here's the interview.
The Iron Range events have been informative, engaging, and challenging. We're especially pleased with the local response. Here is some recent press coverage of our work on the Range.
A recent event in Columbus, GA not only successfully shared the Strong Towns message with the community; it also received a glowing and spot-on write-up in the local paper.
From May 16-19, Chuck Marohn and Jason Schaefer, will travel the length of the Minnesota Iron Range to discuss why these communities are struggling financially and how to fix that.
Here's a video featuring Chuck Marohn, Joe Minicozzi and Kevin Klinkenberg from an event earlier this year in Savannah. The extended Q&A is a must-watch.
Seattle Greenways was kind enough to film and put together this recording of a Curbside Chat given in Lacey, WA this January.
The traditional development pattern has tremendous financial upside and limited financial downside. In contrast, our new, experimental approach has limited financial upside and a downside that can literally go negative.
Here is our newly released fifth film in the Curbside Chat series, created by Gracen Johnson.
This is the fourth video in the Curbside Chat series. Tomorrow we release a brand new video in this series.
This is the third video of the Curbside Chat series. We're going to be releasing two new videos later this week.
This is the second video in our Curbside Chat video series. Stay tuned for two new videos at the end of this week.