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by Ryan Van Velzer
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1 January 2020
On 1 January 2020 Environmental Health News reported:
Riding a wave of riverfront revitalization occurring across the United States, Louisville, Kentucky's Waterfront Development Corporation transformed 86 acres into a riverfront park that now boasts 2.2 million visitors annually. Waterfront Park features a walking bridge, paths, grassy fields, playgrounds, and a wharf. The park and its lawns serve dual roles. When the river is low, the park hosts more than 150 events a year including music festivals, air shows, and riverboat races. When it's high, the grassy lawns serve as floodplain, absorbing water and dissipating the river's energy. In that way, Waterfront Park was ahead of its time as cities begin to reconsider the ecological and economic impacts of developing riverfronts prone to flooding.
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