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If you have baked goods for our Spring Bake Sale, please ... Posted on 3/28/13 at 10:18 AM
ROSE'S PIN-TESTS Making it Myself Monday 6: Knit Baby Blanket
Okay, I'll admit this might be "cheating" a bit... today is a "Making" it Myself Monday. Meaning, I haven't finished this project yet... but I can't wait to share the idea!
Ever since I learned to k... Posted on 2/25/13 at 10:45 AM
THE NEW FORTY The ashes...
Today is the two year anniversary of the Galleria Fire. It is a date that isburned in my memory and my family's history. My two sons, Noah and Cory,and their roommate, Alex,lost everything they owned,... Posted on 10/11/12 at 12:02 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Cass County Wildlife Club supports Badlands wilderness proposal
The Cass County Wildlife Club has unanimously passed a resolution endorsing the Prairie Legacy Wilderness proposal that would protect about 40,000 acres in the Little Missouri National Grassland from ... Posted on 9/27/12 at 5:14 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II mama mondays: worshiping with the ducks
On Sunday, the three youngest kiddos and I set off on a short road trip to Wahpeton, N.D. There, we had the privilege of taking in our first pilgrimage to Our Lady of Prairies at the Carmelite monaste... Posted on 8/13/12 at 12:03 AM
Conserving grasslands and wetlands on the saline prairie of Grand Forks County is the focus of a new partnership between the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the Grand Forks County Soil Conservation District and several other agencies and nongovernmental organizations.
The hand of man is abundantly visible in the Red River Valley, from beautiful farms to not-so-beautiful gravel pits and landfills. Glacial Ridge is an attempt to reintroduce the hand of God to our sight — a vision of this place before we arrived.
They’re not paving the hunter’s paradise of prairie land in South Dakota, but they are tilling it up In the nearly half-century he’s lived in South Dakota, John Cooper has seen countless beautiful prairie sunsets. But none perhaps prettier than one on a recent late afternoon that arched wild hues of orange, red, yellow and crimson across a darkening sky.
As Minnkota’s project manager for the Center to Grand Forks line, I would like to explain a few of the important considerations that resulted in planning the 250-mile-long project with a segment through the alkali flats area.
Wildlife preservationists say a high-voltage transmission line proposed by Minnkota Power Cooperative could see an uprooting of several grassland species, including the western meadowlark says. A Minnkota official says the cooperative chose the line only after working with fish and wildlife departments to try to avoid disturbing any species.
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