Reduce Congestion, Increase Activity, And Save Money

Sound too good to be true? Check this photo out!  One busload of 50 people is equivalent to removing 4 blocks of cars in a single lane, this picture says it well! Our MAT transit ridership has tripled to now over 1.9 million riders in 2009, 30% are younger than 30. Targeting more multi use…
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Two Years In A Row Fargo Ranked Cleanest Air In US

Wahoo! Our focus on conservation and using more renewable fuel, transit, walking, biking is paying off. Two years running Fargo ranks #1 for cleanest air!  (I know there’s some smoke today from farmers burning fields, but the rain will clear it up tonight hopefully) Here are some of the many conservation projects we’ve developed in…
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Fargo Ranked #1 For Cleanest Air For Second Year In A Row!

Wahoo! Our focus on conservation and using more renewable fuel, transit, walking, biking is paying off. Two years running Fargo ranks #1 for cleanest air! Here are some of the many conservation projects we’ve developed in Fargo’s Renewable Energy and Conservation Committee Fargo has been using a 20% blend of home grown biodiesel seasonally in…
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Celebrating Earth Day In Fargo

Sorry Burlington Vermont and Portland Oregon, the Earth Day Network ranks Fargo as the #1 city for best overall environment. ┬áSee the rankings here Just another example of Fargo getting cleaner and greener everyday! Our Fargo area tops another list, this one by the American Lung Association: The areas with the most short-term particle pollution…
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Red River Basin Water Management

Getting good response from neighbors with more ideas/areas to add more retention in the mix of needed strategies for improved conservation and water management in the valley Published April 12 2010 Storage upstream is crucial Thank you for the recent Forum editorial and articles concerning the important role retention must play in more comprehensive water…
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