The city of Racine, Wisconsin, used to think of the Root River as part of the industrial corridor of the town. Now, the banks of the river have been restored to prevent erosion, the invasive species along the riverside have been removed, and the community can access the river through parks and walkways. The river is becoming healthier and is a centerpiece of the community. Read more here.
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