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Friday, July 22 – When we hear about carbon being stored on crop land, we might assume it’s mostly in the plants, but the soil plays a much bigger role; and it’s proving to be the most important variable when it comes to crop productivity. Researcher Christine Sprunger has found that testing for carbon is a better way of evaluating soil that more commonly used tests. ~~~ The future of the nation’s new national mammal, the Bison, may depend in part on our willingness to eat them, say bison ranchers. Harvest Public Media’s Luke Runyon explains. ~~~ Commentary from Bruce Berg: “The Gun Mystique.” ~~~ News director Dave Thompson joins us with a discussion of state news. ~~~ Matt Olien reviews two films this week, “The Legend of Tarzan” and “Genius.”
Monday, July 23 – The Compassionate Friends organization helps families that have suffered the death of a child. There are chapters across the country, with six in North Dakota. Here to tell us more is John Milligan of the Fargo chapter. ~~~ Ashley Thornberg shares an interview from the North Dakota State Fair.