Minnesota Green Communities
Minnesota Green Communities is a statewide collaboration of the Family Housing Fund, the Greater Minnesota Housing Fund, and Enterprise Community Partners. The initiative fosters the creation of healthier, more energy-efficient affordable housing in Minnesota. Since its inception in 2005, Minnesota Green Communities has proven that green building – whether in new construction or rehabilitation – can promote residential health, reduce environmental impact, and inspire economic growth of a community. Visit Minnesota Green Communities at: http://www.fhfund.org/minnesota-green-communities/.

The Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) is an applied research and technology center at the University of Minnesota that connects faculty and students with nonprofit groups, public agencies, and others working on urban issues in Minnesota. The website can be accessed at http://www.cura.umn.edu.

Urban and Regional Studies Institute (URSI), Minnesota State University Mankato
The URSI program offers a two year graduate degree in urban planning (MAUP) and a 4 course Graduate Certificate in Urban Planning with courses available in the Twin Cities area. In addition, URSI provides interns for planning departments around the state and serves planners and community organizations with planning assistance through its studio courses. The website can be accessed at http://sbs.mnsu.edu/ursi/.

Minnesota GreenStep Cities

Sensible Land Use Organization

Minnesota Census Information

Library of Congress
The Congress of the United States has a presence on the web. This site is a jumping off place for the House, Senate and Congressional Record. https://www.loc.gov/

The Planning Commissioners Journal