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Prairies North Magazine Spring 2010 Back Issue

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Flying Squirrel Circus -- An encounter with one of these amazing little creatures can be a little harrowing if it happens to be in your house; Learning in our Prairie -- Saskatchewan' southern grassland is drawing people into its beautiful expanse to learn its many secrets; Miss Teen Canada -- Moose Jaw is very proud of Siera Bearchell who travelled all the way to Miss Teen Canada-World in 2009. Her title has inspired a big vision for the 16 year-old; Nettle Wiebe's Rural Vision -- An academic background in philosophy and a term at the head of the National Farmer's Union hasn't separated this activist from her roots; Taking it to the Ice in Swift Current -- It takes a lot of hands to host the 2010 World Women's Curling Championship; Return of the Ferret -- First the bison, now the ferret: Saskatchewan's grasslands are looking a little more like they used to; Food from the Land -- The Aboriginal tradition of taking food directly from the land has some great lessons for today; Red Deer River Valley -- It passes through two prairie deserts to create a winding oasis for lush vegetation and gorgeous wildlife; Luther College -- With a long tradition behind it, the University of Regina affiliate looks into the future for its role in a changing Saskatchewan; Postcards from the Past -- Short messages on 100-year-old postcards reveal the change and timelessness of our prairie; Your Town: Saltcoats -- This is a town with a long story and a passion for telling it on the stage. A new generation is stepping up; Your Craft: EPEK Percussion -- Regina craftsman Ed Peck matched his talent for fine building with a peculiar quirk among drummers; Your Food: Good Eggs -- Local food doesn't necessarily have to be micro-business. Amy Jo Ehman discovers Star Egg in Saskatoon. Your Photography: American Porcupine -- David Krughoff continues the search for balance between photographer and wild subject as he discovers the American porcupine.
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Prairies North Magazine

Spring 2010 Flying Squirrel Circus -- An encounter with one of these amazing little creatures can be a little harrowing if it happens to be in your house; Learning in our Prairie -- Saskatchewan' southern grassland is drawing people into its beautiful expanse to learn its many secrets; Miss Teen Canada -- Moose Jaw is very proud of Siera Bearchell who travelled all the way to Miss Teen Canada-World in 2009. Her title has inspired a big vision for the 16 year-old; Nettle Wiebe's Rural Vision -- An academic background in philosophy and a term at the head of the National Farmer's Union hasn't separated this activist from her roots; Taking it to the Ice in Swift Current -- It takes a lot of hands to host the 2010 World Women's Curling Championship; Return of the Ferret -- First the bison, now the ferret: Saskatchewan's grasslands are looking a little more like they used to; Food from the Land -- The Aboriginal tradition of taking food directly from the land has some great lessons for today; Red Deer River Valley -- It passes through two prairie deserts to create a winding oasis for lush vegetation and gorgeous wildlife; Luther College -- With a long tradition behind it, the University of Regina affiliate looks into the future for its role in a changing Saskatchewan; Postcards from the Past -- Short messages on 100-year-old postcards reveal the change and timelessness of our prairie; Your Town: Saltcoats -- This is a town with a long story and a passion for telling it on the stage. A new generation is stepping up; Your Craft: EPEK Percussion -- Regina craftsman Ed Peck matched his talent for fine building with a peculiar quirk among drummers; Your Food: Good Eggs -- Local food doesn't necessarily have to be micro-business. Amy Jo Ehman discovers Star Egg in Saskatoon. Your Photography: American Porcupine -- David Krughoff continues the search for balance between photographer and wild subject as he discovers the American porcupine.


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Flying Squirrel Circus -- An encounter with one of these amazing little creatures can be a little harrowing if it happens to be in your house; Learning in our Prairie -- Saskatchewan' southern grassland is drawing people into its beautiful expanse to learn its many secrets; Miss Teen Canada -- Moose Jaw is very proud of Siera Bearchell who travelled all the way to Miss Teen Canada-World in 2009. Her title has inspired a big vision for the 16 year-old; Nettle Wiebe's Rural Vision -- An academic background in philosophy and a term at the head of the National Farmer's Union hasn't separated this activist from her roots; Taking it to the Ice in Swift Current -- It takes a lot of hands to host the 2010 World Women's Curling Championship; Return of the Ferret -- First the bison, now the ferret: Saskatchewan's grasslands are looking a little more like they used to; Food from the Land -- The Aboriginal tradition of taking food directly from the land has some great lessons for today; Red Deer River Valley -- It passes through two prairie deserts to create a winding oasis for lush vegetation and gorgeous wildlife; Luther College -- With a long tradition behind it, the University of Regina affiliate looks into the future for its role in a changing Saskatchewan; Postcards from the Past -- Short messages on 100-year-old postcards reveal the change and timelessness of our prairie; Your Town: Saltcoats -- This is a town with a long story and a passion for telling it on the stage. A new generation is stepping up; Your Craft: EPEK Percussion -- Regina craftsman Ed Peck matched his talent for fine building with a peculiar quirk among drummers; Your Food: Good Eggs -- Local food doesn't necessarily have to be micro-business. Amy Jo Ehman discovers Star Egg in Saskatoon. Your Photography: American Porcupine -- David Krughoff continues the search for balance between photographer and wild subject as he discovers the American porcupine.
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Loved this mag when I was based in Canada and loved exploring the Canadian Prairies. Reviewed October 26, 2018