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Prairies North Magazine Winter 2007 Back Issue

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Bobcat -- It is the ubiquitous North American cat, surviving in almost all habitats. Too bad it is so often confused for one of its cousins; Good Food for All -- Feeding hungry kids in the city was someone else's problem until a small group took action; The Urban Shepherd -- The ultimate "weed and feed" program for the pastures that wind their way through Saskatoon's subdivisions; A Seed in Time -- Everyone takes potatoes for granted. Thank goodness a Yorkton area grower holds the humble spud very dear; Feasting on Local Fare -- The passion for fresh, locally-grown food and the desire to creatively entertain come together in two unique dining experiences; Best Rink Burgers -- Here are our readers' picks for the best burgers to look for on the Saskatchewan hockey and curling circuit this winter; Cover Story -- Two northern icons, the reindeer and the caribou, are close cousins who find refuge in two very different Saskatchewan shelters; Vineyards & Veggie Patches -- Dozens of new enterprises are springing up to grow and process healthy food right here on the Prairies. We look at five you should know about when planning your grocery list; Northern Winterscapes -- A photo essay by Thomas Porter; Oh! Christmas Tree -- Growing and selling Christmas trees is not new in Saskatchewan, but business is booming; Your Town: Love -- Like many post-war Saskatchewan boomtowns, Love made a good living on the bountiful timber in the northern forest reserve. These days, the town seems content with fame over fortune; The Decade that Changed Everything -- Saskatchewan was made in the transition period of the 1880s. According to some it's time to properly preserve that heritage; The Perfect Recipe for Gift Giving -- Books for the cook on your Christmas gift list.
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Prairies North Magazine

Winter 2007 Bobcat -- It is the ubiquitous North American cat, surviving in almost all habitats. Too bad it is so often confused for one of its cousins; Good Food for All -- Feeding hungry kids in the city was someone else's problem until a small group took action; The Urban Shepherd -- The ultimate "weed and feed" program for the pastures that wind their way through Saskatoon's subdivisions; A Seed in Time -- Everyone takes potatoes for granted. Thank goodness a Yorkton area grower holds the humble spud very dear; Feasting on Local Fare -- The passion for fresh, locally-grown food and the desire to creatively entertain come together in two unique dining experiences; Best Rink Burgers -- Here are our readers' picks for the best burgers to look for on the Saskatchewan hockey and curling circuit this winter; Cover Story -- Two northern icons, the reindeer and the caribou, are close cousins who find refuge in two very different Saskatchewan shelters; Vineyards & Veggie Patches -- Dozens of new enterprises are springing up to grow and process healthy food right here on the Prairies. We look at five you should know about when planning your grocery list; Northern Winterscapes -- A photo essay by Thomas Porter; Oh! Christmas Tree -- Growing and selling Christmas trees is not new in Saskatchewan, but business is booming; Your Town: Love -- Like many post-war Saskatchewan boomtowns, Love made a good living on the bountiful timber in the northern forest reserve. These days, the town seems content with fame over fortune; The Decade that Changed Everything -- Saskatchewan was made in the transition period of the 1880s. According to some it's time to properly preserve that heritage; The Perfect Recipe for Gift Giving -- Books for the cook on your Christmas gift list.


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Bobcat -- It is the ubiquitous North American cat, surviving in almost all habitats. Too bad it is so often confused for one of its cousins; Good Food for All -- Feeding hungry kids in the city was someone else's problem until a small group took action; The Urban Shepherd -- The ultimate "weed and feed" program for the pastures that wind their way through Saskatoon's subdivisions; A Seed in Time -- Everyone takes potatoes for granted. Thank goodness a Yorkton area grower holds the humble spud very dear; Feasting on Local Fare -- The passion for fresh, locally-grown food and the desire to creatively entertain come together in two unique dining experiences; Best Rink Burgers -- Here are our readers' picks for the best burgers to look for on the Saskatchewan hockey and curling circuit this winter; Cover Story -- Two northern icons, the reindeer and the caribou, are close cousins who find refuge in two very different Saskatchewan shelters; Vineyards & Veggie Patches -- Dozens of new enterprises are springing up to grow and process healthy food right here on the Prairies. We look at five you should know about when planning your grocery list; Northern Winterscapes -- A photo essay by Thomas Porter; Oh! Christmas Tree -- Growing and selling Christmas trees is not new in Saskatchewan, but business is booming; Your Town: Love -- Like many post-war Saskatchewan boomtowns, Love made a good living on the bountiful timber in the northern forest reserve. These days, the town seems content with fame over fortune; The Decade that Changed Everything -- Saskatchewan was made in the transition period of the 1880s. According to some it's time to properly preserve that heritage; The Perfect Recipe for Gift Giving -- Books for the cook on your Christmas gift list.
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Loved this mag when I was based in Canada and loved exploring the Canadian Prairies. Reviewed Friday, 26 October 2018