Archive for November 2010
On our adventure to Minneapolis we learned that this city was once the world's largest flour milling capital and was known for its lumber production. Today it is the primary business center between Chicago and Seattle. Because there is so much water, the millers used hydropower in their processing of flour and grains, which means they make good use of all of that water. In fact, Pillsbury and General Mills started their companies in...
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