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Prairies North Magazine Fall 2010 Back Issue

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Harold Fisher and Citizen Science -- Bird-bander Harold Fisher’s passion for birds is a boon for the scientific community; View of the South -- Extraordinary photographer Jim Knelson captures the overlooked beauty of the Swift Current Creek; Intense Jazz in Saskatoon -- A group of high school jazz musicians get the chance of a lifetime to play with world jazz leaders; View of the North -- The unique perspective Ryan Vandecasteyen has on Prince Albert National Park lets us see the north in an entirely new way; Long Life in a Solid Soddy -- The Addison sod house near Kindersley is a living story of early life in Saskatchewan; Your Town: Glamis -- How a Scottish castle became the namesake for a town and a pair of buildings in Saskatchewan; Your Craft: Bonny Macnab’s Prairie Discovery -- Some journeys end in surprising places. For Bonny Macnab, her artistic discovery began on a stopover near North Battleford; Your Food: Chickpeas -- This Middle Eastern staple is becoming a highly productive food crop in Saskatchewan; Your Photography: Canada Goose -- It is easy to lose sight of the wonder of a wild creature like the Canada goose because it is always there. It’s worth a second look; Wolverine Morality -- Frequently mistaken for a member of the bear family, the wolverine has a well-earned reputation for ferocity; Andrew King: King of the Carnival Poster -- Seizing an opportunity planted the seed of a multi-generation legacy in the printing industry for the Andrew King family; The Dilke Pickle -- Dilke’s proximity to Last Mountain Lake cottage destinations and low costs created an ideal opportunity for Roberta Ripplinger’s creative bent. The Dilke Pickle is her version of an old-world community store with tasty coffee and art instead of tools and flour.
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Prairies North Magazine

Fall 2010 Harold Fisher and Citizen Science -- Bird-bander Harold Fisher’s passion for birds is a boon for the scientific community; View of the South -- Extraordinary photographer Jim Knelson captures the overlooked beauty of the Swift Current Creek; Intense Jazz in Saskatoon -- A group of high school jazz musicians get the chance of a lifetime to play with world jazz leaders; View of the North -- The unique perspective Ryan Vandecasteyen has on Prince Albert National Park lets us see the north in an entirely new way; Long Life in a Solid Soddy -- The Addison sod house near Kindersley is a living story of early life in Saskatchewan; Your Town: Glamis -- How a Scottish castle became the namesake for a town and a pair of buildings in Saskatchewan; Your Craft: Bonny Macnab’s Prairie Discovery -- Some journeys end in surprising places. For Bonny Macnab, her artistic discovery began on a stopover near North Battleford; Your Food: Chickpeas -- This Middle Eastern staple is becoming a highly productive food crop in Saskatchewan; Your Photography: Canada Goose -- It is easy to lose sight of the wonder of a wild creature like the Canada goose because it is always there. It’s worth a second look; Wolverine Morality -- Frequently mistaken for a member of the bear family, the wolverine has a well-earned reputation for ferocity; Andrew King: King of the Carnival Poster -- Seizing an opportunity planted the seed of a multi-generation legacy in the printing industry for the Andrew King family; The Dilke Pickle -- Dilke’s proximity to Last Mountain Lake cottage destinations and low costs created an ideal opportunity for Roberta Ripplinger’s creative bent. The Dilke Pickle is her version of an old-world community store with tasty coffee and art instead of tools and flour.


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Prairies North Magazine  |  Fall 2010  


Harold Fisher and Citizen Science -- Bird-bander Harold Fisher’s passion for birds is a boon for the scientific community; View of the South -- Extraordinary photographer Jim Knelson captures the overlooked beauty of the Swift Current Creek; Intense Jazz in Saskatoon -- A group of high school jazz musicians get the chance of a lifetime to play with world jazz leaders; View of the North -- The unique perspective Ryan Vandecasteyen has on Prince Albert National Park lets us see the north in an entirely new way; Long Life in a Solid Soddy -- The Addison sod house near Kindersley is a living story of early life in Saskatchewan; Your Town: Glamis -- How a Scottish castle became the namesake for a town and a pair of buildings in Saskatchewan; Your Craft: Bonny Macnab’s Prairie Discovery -- Some journeys end in surprising places. For Bonny Macnab, her artistic discovery began on a stopover near North Battleford; Your Food: Chickpeas -- This Middle Eastern staple is becoming a highly productive food crop in Saskatchewan; Your Photography: Canada Goose -- It is easy to lose sight of the wonder of a wild creature like the Canada goose because it is always there. It’s worth a second look; Wolverine Morality -- Frequently mistaken for a member of the bear family, the wolverine has a well-earned reputation for ferocity; Andrew King: King of the Carnival Poster -- Seizing an opportunity planted the seed of a multi-generation legacy in the printing industry for the Andrew King family; The Dilke Pickle -- Dilke’s proximity to Last Mountain Lake cottage destinations and low costs created an ideal opportunity for Roberta Ripplinger’s creative bent. The Dilke Pickle is her version of an old-world community store with tasty coffee and art instead of tools and flour.
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Loved this mag when I was based in Canada and loved exploring the Canadian Prairies. Reviewed October 26, 2018