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Minot Rebuilding Dreams

The June 2011 flood in Minot, North Dakota, devastated nearly half the city’s homes. Could the disaster have been avoided? And what is being done to assure it doesn’t happen again? “Minot: Rebuilding Dreams” chronicles Minot’s recovery and mitigation efforts to present a portrait of a city on the road to recovery. Colonel Michael Price from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Gregg Wiche from the U.S. Geological Survey, Tom Carroll from FEMA in Denver, and members of the International Souris River Board offer their perspectives. The one-hour documentary also features conversations with the residents who are coping and rebuilding their city, including many who still live in the massive FEMA trailer park on the outskirts of town.


Production Funding Provided By

Margaret A. Cargill Foundation

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