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Prairies North Magazine Fall 2009 Back Issue

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Ambitious Beaver | 9 -- In the absence of sticks, logs and mud, it seems that beaver will use stones to make their dams. Their reputation for tenacity is well-earned; Let the Lefsa Roll | 11 -- Lefsa (or lefse) is a celebrated symbol of Scandinavian tradition that speaks directly to the harvest and community; The Green Rosefield Church | 15 -- A pair of world-travelers chooses southern Saskatchewan to take an adventure in sustainable living; Sharing the Car | 19 -- The Regina Car Share Co-operative is bringing a unique idea to its city that will help people avoid the high cost of owning a personal vehicle while still having access to a car when they need one; Traditional Harvest | 22 -- Photographer Jim Knelson captures the right colour and heritage of the traditional prairie harvest; Memories of the Root Cellar | 32 -- No matter how dark and spooky they may have been, Prairie folk love their root cellars. People are re-discovering their importance in an energy-concious era; Pilgrim Pumpkin Fest | 36 -- The pumpkin is the iconic symbol of the celebration come harvest time. The town of Pilger does it up right; City on a Hill--Buzzard | 42 -- The town of Buzzard is still on the map but it takes a keen eye to find it on the ground; Harvest Wisdom from Seager Wheeler | 48 -- No one better personifies the importance of Saskatchewan's harvest than Wheeler. His work on new wheat crops led Saskatchewan to the forefront of the global food supply; Your Town: Wolsley | 53 -- Your Homes: Building a Place of Peace | 55 -- Your Photography: Burrowing Owls | 59 -- Your Food: Supper in the Field | 63.
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Fall 2009 Ambitious Beaver | 9 -- In the absence of sticks, logs and mud, it seems that beaver will use stones to make their dams. Their reputation for tenacity is well-earned; Let the Lefsa Roll | 11 -- Lefsa (or lefse) is a celebrated symbol of Scandinavian tradition that speaks directly to the harvest and community; The Green Rosefield Church | 15 -- A pair of world-travelers chooses southern Saskatchewan to take an adventure in sustainable living; Sharing the Car | 19 -- The Regina Car Share Co-operative is bringing a unique idea to its city that will help people avoid the high cost of owning a personal vehicle while still having access to a car when they need one; Traditional Harvest | 22 -- Photographer Jim Knelson captures the right colour and heritage of the traditional prairie harvest; Memories of the Root Cellar | 32 -- No matter how dark and spooky they may have been, Prairie folk love their root cellars. People are re-discovering their importance in an energy-concious era; Pilgrim Pumpkin Fest | 36 -- The pumpkin is the iconic symbol of the celebration come harvest time. The town of Pilger does it up right; City on a Hill--Buzzard | 42 -- The town of Buzzard is still on the map but it takes a keen eye to find it on the ground; Harvest Wisdom from Seager Wheeler | 48 -- No one better personifies the importance of Saskatchewan's harvest than Wheeler. His work on new wheat crops led Saskatchewan to the forefront of the global food supply; Your Town: Wolsley | 53 -- Your Homes: Building a Place of Peace | 55 -- Your Photography: Burrowing Owls | 59 -- Your Food: Supper in the Field | 63.


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Ambitious Beaver | 9 -- In the absence of sticks, logs and mud, it seems that beaver will use stones to make their dams. Their reputation for tenacity is well-earned; Let the Lefsa Roll | 11 -- Lefsa (or lefse) is a celebrated symbol of Scandinavian tradition that speaks directly to the harvest and community; The Green Rosefield Church | 15 -- A pair of world-travelers chooses southern Saskatchewan to take an adventure in sustainable living; Sharing the Car | 19 -- The Regina Car Share Co-operative is bringing a unique idea to its city that will help people avoid the high cost of owning a personal vehicle while still having access to a car when they need one; Traditional Harvest | 22 -- Photographer Jim Knelson captures the right colour and heritage of the traditional prairie harvest; Memories of the Root Cellar | 32 -- No matter how dark and spooky they may have been, Prairie folk love their root cellars. People are re-discovering their importance in an energy-concious era; Pilgrim Pumpkin Fest | 36 -- The pumpkin is the iconic symbol of the celebration come harvest time. The town of Pilger does it up right; City on a Hill--Buzzard | 42 -- The town of Buzzard is still on the map but it takes a keen eye to find it on the ground; Harvest Wisdom from Seager Wheeler | 48 -- No one better personifies the importance of Saskatchewan's harvest than Wheeler. His work on new wheat crops led Saskatchewan to the forefront of the global food supply; Your Town: Wolsley | 53 -- Your Homes: Building a Place of Peace | 55 -- Your Photography: Burrowing Owls | 59 -- Your Food: Supper in the Field | 63.
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Articles in this issue


Below is a selection of articles in Prairies North Magazine Fall 2009.