Wednesday, March 23, 2016
At the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute's annual conference earlier this month, I was delighted to hear a presentation by the "civic health" group Warm Cookies of the Revolution. They led a lunchtime group in an exercise that began with answering the following:
Then, after a discussion of our answers as to what we "own," we then flipped over the page and talked about these other types of things that we also "own" but that have a public character we seldom consider.
It seemed to me a valuable exercise that could be right for a land use class or a state and local government class to get students thinking. More on Warm Cookies of the Revolution in the video below: