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Prairies North Magazine  |  Summer 2008  


A Celebrated Recovery -- The whooping crane was one of the first creatures in North America to suffer the effects of industrialization. One hundred years later, it seems to be coming back; The Man for Les Miserables -- Thanks to a school music program, Moose Jaw native Stephen Patterson has hit some big stages; Baked Fresh in 1863 -- A simple chocolate cake has become one family's link to their Slovenian roots and the incredible journey to St. Gregor, Saskatchewan; Prairie Landscape in London -- Two Saskatoon painters find enthusiastic audiences for their landscapes at a special UK exhibition; Valley of the Mouse -- The Souris Valley between Weyburn and Estevan is a little-known wild space of extraordinary beauty; Batter Up -- Butler's Blue Bird Cafe at Regina Beach is a fish and chips classic that will be around a good while yet; World Contenders -- Wascana Lake is the training ground for rowing and paddling athletes with their eyes on the Olympics and a whole lot more; Hot Times in Cottage Country -- Previously a great, and affordable, secret playground, Saskatchewan's lake properties are suddenly hotly pursued and getting pricey; 10 Memories to Share -- Editor Lionel hughes shares memorable moments with his camera in these never-before-published photographs from the past ten years; Your Town: Forget --It may be the smallest town anywhere to host a summer music festival, but this community has attracted artists and creative folk to make it happen; A Literary Trust -- Perdue is now home for Ralph Crawford and the well-travelled, extensive collection of books he offers in his bookstore; Festivals for Food Lovers -- Summer is the time to enjoy locally grown and tasty food at outdoor festivals all around the province; Black Bear Protocols -- Photographing bears in the wild is all about understanding how this creature lives and the importance of its safety. David Krughoff shares his story from behind the camera.
Let Saskatchewan's own award-winning geographic magazine introduce you to the region's people and places with stunning photography and engaging stories. Whether you are from here or away, Prairies North will take you on a surprising voyage through the beautiful province that many are proud to call home.
In addition to treating your eyes to beautiful images of the prairie, you will learn about our history, marvel at our abundant wildlife, meet our hospitable people, and gather ideas for your own journey in our safe, friendly, and fun province. Use Prairies North to plan a tour and discover for yourself why this is a region not to be missed.

Each quarterly issue is published with the seasons to take you through a full year of adventure.
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Prairies North Magazine   |   Summer 2008   


A Celebrated Recovery -- The whooping crane was one of the first creatures in North America to suffer the effects of industrialization. One hundred years later, it seems to be coming back; The Man for Les Miserables -- Thanks to a school music program, Moose Jaw native Stephen Patterson has hit some big stages; Baked Fresh in 1863 -- A simple chocolate cake has become one family's link to their Slovenian roots and the incredible journey to St. Gregor, Saskatchewan; Prairie Landscape in London -- Two Saskatoon painters find enthusiastic audiences for their landscapes at a special UK exhibition; Valley of the Mouse -- The Souris Valley between Weyburn and Estevan is a little-known wild space of extraordinary beauty; Batter Up -- Butler's Blue Bird Cafe at Regina Beach is a fish and chips classic that will be around a good while yet; World Contenders -- Wascana Lake is the training ground for rowing and paddling athletes with their eyes on the Olympics and a whole lot more; Hot Times in Cottage Country -- Previously a great, and affordable, secret playground, Saskatchewan's lake properties are suddenly hotly pursued and getting pricey; 10 Memories to Share -- Editor Lionel hughes shares memorable moments with his camera in these never-before-published photographs from the past ten years; Your Town: Forget --It may be the smallest town anywhere to host a summer music festival, but this community has attracted artists and creative folk to make it happen; A Literary Trust -- Perdue is now home for Ralph Crawford and the well-travelled, extensive collection of books he offers in his bookstore; Festivals for Food Lovers -- Summer is the time to enjoy locally grown and tasty food at outdoor festivals all around the province; Black Bear Protocols -- Photographing bears in the wild is all about understanding how this creature lives and the importance of its safety. David Krughoff shares his story from behind the camera.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Prairies North Magazine magazine print subscription.
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