How Buffalo lost access to its unique network of waterways, but found De-gi-yah-go’s hut.
Being the world’s largest grain port came with large consequences. The infrastructure required to feed our flour mills and fill our elevators cost Buffalo its connection to our most valuable resource – our water. After decades of decline, we have begun to re-orient ourselves to what created our wealth in the first place. With innovation and ecological excellence, our waterways and shorelines can bring back a long awaited prosperity.