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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Just a Few Duluth Flood Resources


General

MPR- Duluth 4th of July... Open for Business!

Northland Flood 2012

Lake Voice News- Last Chance Liquor Owner Recalls 1972 Floods.



Video & Photos



Miracle (Prayer)

MPR- Duluth Flood Photos Pt. 1.

MPR- Duluth Flood Photos Pt. 2.

City Pages- Ten Jaw Dropping Photos.

PDD- Flooding in Duluth & North Shore.


Weather & Climate


Definitions

MPR- Scientists will learn from Duluth Flooding

 
Climate Central- A Warming Climate?

 MPR- Climate Change & Rebuilding Plans

Climate Crocks-Duluth Storm: Yet Another Postcard from the Future 






City of Duluth

City of Duluth- Flood Information

Parks and Recreation- Parks and trails in the area will be relying partly on volunteers to clean up after the flooding. To help clean up Duluth city parks and trails, contact Cheryl Skafte at 218-730-4334 or cskafte@duluthmn.gov


How You Can Help

Contact list.

United Way of Greater Duluth.

Red Cross- The city of Duluth is directing donations to the Red Cross at 800-733-2767. Donors also can text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation or send checks to the Northland Chapter of the American Red Cross at 2524 Maple Grove Road, Duluth, MN 55811.


Tiny Wilco, opening set @ Bayfront Park
City Pages- Wilco Lend Helping Hand to Duluth Flood Victims.

TwinPorts Bridge Festival feat. The Jawhawks & Trampled by Turtles, plus many more!

30 Days Foundation Facebook.

Donate through your local church or Parish.






Natural Resources




Cyclists of the Gitchee Gumee Shores- Bike trail cleanup.

Superior Hiking Trail- Volunteers will be needed to assess trail conditions and help replace bridges. To volunteer, call 218-834-2700 or email volunteer@shta.org

City Pages- Lake Superior Run-Off.


Funding Available

Springboard for the Arts has made emergency funds available for artists affected by the flooding in Duluth and northeast Minnesota. Springboard’s Emergency Relief Fund will help pay up to $500 of an unpaid bill that has directly resulted from the flooding – for example, professional cleaning or replacement of damaged items. How to apply.



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