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“North Dakota Beer, A Heady History” ~ Protecting Pollinators ~ Plains Folk Essay ~ Chef Rosey: Sardines

  Thursday, November 2 – Alicia Underlee Nelson is the author of “North Dakota Beer, A Heady History.”  She visits with Matt Olien in this excerpt of this week’s Prairie Pulse television show. ~~~ Pesticides used on corn and soybeans can harm beneficial insects, especially pollinators like bees. A team of researchers at is looking designing agricultural landscapes with pollinator health in mind. For Harvest Public Media, Ariana Brocious reports. ~~~ A Plains Folk essay from NDSU historian Tom Isern: “Painting Zeeland Hall.” ~~~ Chef Tim Rosendahl of Rosey’s Bistro is here with this week’s food topic, sardines. ~~~ Doug and Ashley have our What’s Happening calendar of events.

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