LISC Twin Cities

The Twin Cities Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is part of a national organization that provides assistance to organizations engaged in the creation of vibrant neighborhoods and communities. LISC introduced the Building Sustainable Communities program in seven Twin Cities agencies. The evaluation of the BSC explores how the model has been implemented in the lead agencies over seven years and discusses lessons learned.


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Backyard Initiative - LISC-BSC Partner Meeting Themes SummaryEvaluationFebruary 2015Ryan Steel, Ellen Shelton
Building Sustainable Communities - Twin Cities Implementation and Lessons LearnedEvaluationJanuary 2015Ellen Shelton, Ryan Steel
Hope Community - LISC-BSC Partner Meeting Themes SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2015Ellen Shelton, Ryan Steel
Blake Road Corridor Collaborative - LISC-BSC Partner Meeting Themes SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2015Ryan Steel, Ellen Shelton
East Side Prosperity Campaign - LISC-BSC Partner Meeting Themes SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2015Ryan Steel, Ellen Shelton
Frogtown-Rondo Action Network - LISC-BSC Partner Meeting Themes SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2015Ryan Steel, Ellen Shelton
Northside Achievement Zone - LISC-BSC Partner Meeting Themes SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2015Ryan Steel, Ellen Shelton
Native American Community Development Institute - LISC-BSC Partner Meeting Themes SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2015Ryan Steel, Ellen Shelton

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