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Prairies North Magazine Summer 2010 Back Issue

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Eagle on the Lawn -- Writer Kathleen Gibson has an up-close encounter with this normally unapproachable bird of prey. And there's a happy ending, too; Cat Rescuers in the City -- Feral cats are a part of every cityscape but for Saskatoon's Linda Gubbe it wasn't good enough to let them be. SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program was her response; Soldiers and Riders -- During WWII and up to 1950, the football club that would become the Saskatchewan Roughriders was almost forgotten; The Height of Abundance -- Howdy McPhail's aerial photos provoke a second thought about rural life in Saskatchewan today; Deep Into the Churchill River -- Every trip into Saskatchewan's north is full of adventure; Leaders for Today -- Ten days at the Lt. Governor's Leadership Forum creates new dreams for teen leaders; On the Trail -- A journey into the beauty of PANP is all the better when your guide is Gord Vaadeland, sidekick to TV's "Manhunter" and local rancher; The Mighty Mite -- Rural life today is much better than it was when Violet McNaughton arrived on the prairie in 1909 but her crusades for health and security for farm families are still relevant; Your Town: Gray -- Like many southern Saskatchewan towns, the rail was critical to Gray's settlement. Few towns have gone to the lengths Gray has, however, to celebrate that; Your Craft: Megan Hazel Jewelry -- Silver, gold and outstanding creativity are gaining Megan Hazel accolades and clients for her work; Your Food: Online Farm Fresh: The notion of an "online community" takes on a new meaning for the owners of the Green Ranch near Regina, with their fresh, local produce; Your Photography: American Mink: David Krughoff spends time with mink in a nearby creek and discovers a creature that is playful, shy and completely at home on the Great Plains.
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Prairies North Magazine

Summer 2010 Eagle on the Lawn -- Writer Kathleen Gibson has an up-close encounter with this normally unapproachable bird of prey. And there's a happy ending, too; Cat Rescuers in the City -- Feral cats are a part of every cityscape but for Saskatoon's Linda Gubbe it wasn't good enough to let them be. SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program was her response; Soldiers and Riders -- During WWII and up to 1950, the football club that would become the Saskatchewan Roughriders was almost forgotten; The Height of Abundance -- Howdy McPhail's aerial photos provoke a second thought about rural life in Saskatchewan today; Deep Into the Churchill River -- Every trip into Saskatchewan's north is full of adventure; Leaders for Today -- Ten days at the Lt. Governor's Leadership Forum creates new dreams for teen leaders; On the Trail -- A journey into the beauty of PANP is all the better when your guide is Gord Vaadeland, sidekick to TV's "Manhunter" and local rancher; The Mighty Mite -- Rural life today is much better than it was when Violet McNaughton arrived on the prairie in 1909 but her crusades for health and security for farm families are still relevant; Your Town: Gray -- Like many southern Saskatchewan towns, the rail was critical to Gray's settlement. Few towns have gone to the lengths Gray has, however, to celebrate that; Your Craft: Megan Hazel Jewelry -- Silver, gold and outstanding creativity are gaining Megan Hazel accolades and clients for her work; Your Food: Online Farm Fresh: The notion of an "online community" takes on a new meaning for the owners of the Green Ranch near Regina, with their fresh, local produce; Your Photography: American Mink: David Krughoff spends time with mink in a nearby creek and discovers a creature that is playful, shy and completely at home on the Great Plains.


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Eagle on the Lawn -- Writer Kathleen Gibson has an up-close encounter with this normally unapproachable bird of prey. And there's a happy ending, too; Cat Rescuers in the City -- Feral cats are a part of every cityscape but for Saskatoon's Linda Gubbe it wasn't good enough to let them be. SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program was her response; Soldiers and Riders -- During WWII and up to 1950, the football club that would become the Saskatchewan Roughriders was almost forgotten; The Height of Abundance -- Howdy McPhail's aerial photos provoke a second thought about rural life in Saskatchewan today; Deep Into the Churchill River -- Every trip into Saskatchewan's north is full of adventure; Leaders for Today -- Ten days at the Lt. Governor's Leadership Forum creates new dreams for teen leaders; On the Trail -- A journey into the beauty of PANP is all the better when your guide is Gord Vaadeland, sidekick to TV's "Manhunter" and local rancher; The Mighty Mite -- Rural life today is much better than it was when Violet McNaughton arrived on the prairie in 1909 but her crusades for health and security for farm families are still relevant; Your Town: Gray -- Like many southern Saskatchewan towns, the rail was critical to Gray's settlement. Few towns have gone to the lengths Gray has, however, to celebrate that; Your Craft: Megan Hazel Jewelry -- Silver, gold and outstanding creativity are gaining Megan Hazel accolades and clients for her work; Your Food: Online Farm Fresh: The notion of an "online community" takes on a new meaning for the owners of the Green Ranch near Regina, with their fresh, local produce; Your Photography: American Mink: David Krughoff spends time with mink in a nearby creek and discovers a creature that is playful, shy and completely at home on the Great Plains.
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