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Prairies North Magazine Summer 2007 Back Issue

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Brown-headed Cowbird -- With a lifestyle not conducive to survival, this resilient nomad still thrives; A Need for Speed -- Raichelle Wagner gets on track with Canada's fast growing sport of stock car racing; The Best Kept Secret of Dysart -- A unique coffee garden and giftware shop in Dysart revisits the Old West; Our Story in Stone -- Master stonemason Robert Assie returns from England to leave his mark on the Saskatchewan landscape; Taking the Lead -- Saskatoon's stock car drivers are rallying around their new track and their own western circuit to ramp up racing in the Bridge City; Two Paths to the Inner Cowboy -- Would-be cowboys can work the corral or mosey a winding trail on a Saskatchewan horse adventure; Prairie Kosher -- Jewish immigration to the Saskatchewan prairie brought a generation of city-dwellers to the farm with surprising results; The Irresistible Hills -- Moose Mountain has always been worth visiting, and fighting for; The Prairie Puma -- Beautiful and Strong: Should cougars be feared?; An Enduring Foundation -- Saskatchewan stone buildings tell rich stories about our people and times; Your Town: Hazlet -- International students in unusually large numbers are spending a year in this ambitious little town; Two Walls for a Cozy Winter -- Cliff Shockey's award-winning stackwell home building technique wins great praise; Making the Shift -- Bringing solar energy into your home isn't as complex as it might seem; Sweet Summer Memory -- Yoanna Apple Orchard at Radisson is ensuring that Saskatchewan's tradition of native apples lives on. Amy Jo Ehman talks with them and shares her favourite tart recipe.
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Summer 2007 Brown-headed Cowbird -- With a lifestyle not conducive to survival, this resilient nomad still thrives; A Need for Speed -- Raichelle Wagner gets on track with Canada's fast growing sport of stock car racing; The Best Kept Secret of Dysart -- A unique coffee garden and giftware shop in Dysart revisits the Old West; Our Story in Stone -- Master stonemason Robert Assie returns from England to leave his mark on the Saskatchewan landscape; Taking the Lead -- Saskatoon's stock car drivers are rallying around their new track and their own western circuit to ramp up racing in the Bridge City; Two Paths to the Inner Cowboy -- Would-be cowboys can work the corral or mosey a winding trail on a Saskatchewan horse adventure; Prairie Kosher -- Jewish immigration to the Saskatchewan prairie brought a generation of city-dwellers to the farm with surprising results; The Irresistible Hills -- Moose Mountain has always been worth visiting, and fighting for; The Prairie Puma -- Beautiful and Strong: Should cougars be feared?; An Enduring Foundation -- Saskatchewan stone buildings tell rich stories about our people and times; Your Town: Hazlet -- International students in unusually large numbers are spending a year in this ambitious little town; Two Walls for a Cozy Winter -- Cliff Shockey's award-winning stackwell home building technique wins great praise; Making the Shift -- Bringing solar energy into your home isn't as complex as it might seem; Sweet Summer Memory -- Yoanna Apple Orchard at Radisson is ensuring that Saskatchewan's tradition of native apples lives on. Amy Jo Ehman talks with them and shares her favourite tart recipe.


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Brown-headed Cowbird -- With a lifestyle not conducive to survival, this resilient nomad still thrives; A Need for Speed -- Raichelle Wagner gets on track with Canada's fast growing sport of stock car racing; The Best Kept Secret of Dysart -- A unique coffee garden and giftware shop in Dysart revisits the Old West; Our Story in Stone -- Master stonemason Robert Assie returns from England to leave his mark on the Saskatchewan landscape; Taking the Lead -- Saskatoon's stock car drivers are rallying around their new track and their own western circuit to ramp up racing in the Bridge City; Two Paths to the Inner Cowboy -- Would-be cowboys can work the corral or mosey a winding trail on a Saskatchewan horse adventure; Prairie Kosher -- Jewish immigration to the Saskatchewan prairie brought a generation of city-dwellers to the farm with surprising results; The Irresistible Hills -- Moose Mountain has always been worth visiting, and fighting for; The Prairie Puma -- Beautiful and Strong: Should cougars be feared?; An Enduring Foundation -- Saskatchewan stone buildings tell rich stories about our people and times; Your Town: Hazlet -- International students in unusually large numbers are spending a year in this ambitious little town; Two Walls for a Cozy Winter -- Cliff Shockey's award-winning stackwell home building technique wins great praise; Making the Shift -- Bringing solar energy into your home isn't as complex as it might seem; Sweet Summer Memory -- Yoanna Apple Orchard at Radisson is ensuring that Saskatchewan's tradition of native apples lives on. Amy Jo Ehman talks with them and shares her favourite tart recipe.
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Below is a selection of articles in Prairies North Magazine Summer 2007.