Suddenly, the roads turn to gravel, the subdivisions turn to cornfields, and eerie concrete skeletons fill the horizon.
Twenty-five miles southwest of its bustling urban campus, the University of Minnesota is trying to figure out what to do with the 5,000 acres of rural land it was given by the federal government following WWII. Originally commissioned as an ammunition plant, the war ended before the Gopher Ordnance Works could be fully completed. Now known as Umore Park, a hodge-podge of research facilities fill in the acres between unfinished smokestacks and water treatment wells.
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