Cabbage was one of the many vegetables evaluated at the Northern Great Plains Research Lab in 1915.
By Sue B. Balcom
Nobody said farming North Dakota would be easy. In a land of little or no rainfall and very few trees to block the wind, early homesteaders found a friend in The Northern Great Plains Research Lab south of Mandan. Its research and trials have contributed greatly to the success of crops and livestock, not to mention vegetables and fruits, in the semi-arid climate west of the Missouri River.
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By Vicki Voskuil
The magic of capricious sprites confuses Athenian lovers in the enchanted comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, set for July 18-22 on the North Dakota Capitol grounds.
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Dakota Stage Ltd. and Shade Tree Players are proud to present The Princess King at Dakota Stage as the next show of their summer children’s theatre season; and Stone Soup at the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts and Science Complex.
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