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Prairies North Magazine Winter 2010 Back Issue

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Ross’s Goose -- The smallest goose in North America is making a big comeback since its near extinction. The tricky part is telling it apart from its migrating cousins; White Birch Ballet Company -- Bringing ballet of all kinds to Saskatchewan audiences, rural and urban alike, takes a creative vision and more than a little bravado; Weyburn’s Silver Collection -- Behind a massive collection of silverware kept in Weyburn’s museum is a unique Prairie pioneer, Charles Wilson. His farming skills and world-wide travels in search of collectibles are a unique Saskatchewan story of charm and practicality; Ain’t Gonna Fall Back -- North Battleford musician Keith Bartlett sees creating community as his musical destiny; Peace in a Powerful Land -- The Gem Lakes are a tiny oasis of peace in Saskatchewan’s grand northern wilderness; Bridges Over Troubled Times -- Concrete arched bridges sit all across the province, sometimes attached to highways, sometimes not. How did they get there?; Just A Ball -- The Benedictine abbey at Muenster is an unlikely place to find a link to American baseball legends. But the community’s archives hold a fantastic insight into one of the sport’s gigantic figures; A Barn or Fortress? When Indian Head celebrated the opening of the reconstructed Bell Barn this year, we wondered why they chose to build a round barn back in 1882. Perhaps it wasn’t intended to only serve as a barn; Your Town: Zealandia -- At a certain point in this town’s history, self-promoting bluster gave way to contentment at being small; Your Calling: Elmer Laird -- Organic farming advocate Elmer Laird died in the summer of 2010. His legacy at the Back to the Farm Research Foundation at Davidson will carry on; Your Food: Prairie Lemons -- Believe it or not, the ultimate citrus fruit is grown and enjoyed right here. Your Photography: Bison -- At one time bison herds were measured in square miles, not the number of individuals. David Krughoff expresses his awe for the creature.
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Prairies North Magazine

Winter 2010 Ross’s Goose -- The smallest goose in North America is making a big comeback since its near extinction. The tricky part is telling it apart from its migrating cousins; White Birch Ballet Company -- Bringing ballet of all kinds to Saskatchewan audiences, rural and urban alike, takes a creative vision and more than a little bravado; Weyburn’s Silver Collection -- Behind a massive collection of silverware kept in Weyburn’s museum is a unique Prairie pioneer, Charles Wilson. His farming skills and world-wide travels in search of collectibles are a unique Saskatchewan story of charm and practicality; Ain’t Gonna Fall Back -- North Battleford musician Keith Bartlett sees creating community as his musical destiny; Peace in a Powerful Land -- The Gem Lakes are a tiny oasis of peace in Saskatchewan’s grand northern wilderness; Bridges Over Troubled Times -- Concrete arched bridges sit all across the province, sometimes attached to highways, sometimes not. How did they get there?; Just A Ball -- The Benedictine abbey at Muenster is an unlikely place to find a link to American baseball legends. But the community’s archives hold a fantastic insight into one of the sport’s gigantic figures; A Barn or Fortress? When Indian Head celebrated the opening of the reconstructed Bell Barn this year, we wondered why they chose to build a round barn back in 1882. Perhaps it wasn’t intended to only serve as a barn; Your Town: Zealandia -- At a certain point in this town’s history, self-promoting bluster gave way to contentment at being small; Your Calling: Elmer Laird -- Organic farming advocate Elmer Laird died in the summer of 2010. His legacy at the Back to the Farm Research Foundation at Davidson will carry on; Your Food: Prairie Lemons -- Believe it or not, the ultimate citrus fruit is grown and enjoyed right here. Your Photography: Bison -- At one time bison herds were measured in square miles, not the number of individuals. David Krughoff expresses his awe for the creature.


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Ross’s Goose -- The smallest goose in North America is making a big comeback since its near extinction. The tricky part is telling it apart from its migrating cousins; White Birch Ballet Company -- Bringing ballet of all kinds to Saskatchewan audiences, rural and urban alike, takes a creative vision and more than a little bravado; Weyburn’s Silver Collection -- Behind a massive collection of silverware kept in Weyburn’s museum is a unique Prairie pioneer, Charles Wilson. His farming skills and world-wide travels in search of collectibles are a unique Saskatchewan story of charm and practicality; Ain’t Gonna Fall Back -- North Battleford musician Keith Bartlett sees creating community as his musical destiny; Peace in a Powerful Land -- The Gem Lakes are a tiny oasis of peace in Saskatchewan’s grand northern wilderness; Bridges Over Troubled Times -- Concrete arched bridges sit all across the province, sometimes attached to highways, sometimes not. How did they get there?; Just A Ball -- The Benedictine abbey at Muenster is an unlikely place to find a link to American baseball legends. But the community’s archives hold a fantastic insight into one of the sport’s gigantic figures; A Barn or Fortress? When Indian Head celebrated the opening of the reconstructed Bell Barn this year, we wondered why they chose to build a round barn back in 1882. Perhaps it wasn’t intended to only serve as a barn; Your Town: Zealandia -- At a certain point in this town’s history, self-promoting bluster gave way to contentment at being small; Your Calling: Elmer Laird -- Organic farming advocate Elmer Laird died in the summer of 2010. His legacy at the Back to the Farm Research Foundation at Davidson will carry on; Your Food: Prairie Lemons -- Believe it or not, the ultimate citrus fruit is grown and enjoyed right here. Your Photography: Bison -- At one time bison herds were measured in square miles, not the number of individuals. David Krughoff expresses his awe for the creature.
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