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Urban Conservation ~ Stephen Hamrick on Shakespeare

posted on 01/27/2016

  Wednesday, January 27 – We discuss urban conservation with Jeff Miller, operations coordinator, and Ashley Fisk, urban conservationist, both with the Cass County Soil Conservation District. ~~~ Before the Midwest was a patchwork of corn and soybean fields, it was a sea of grass. Now some conservationists want to bring the prairie back to protect wildlife and preserve the soil. Brian Seifferlein of Harvest Public Media reports. ~~~ Chuck Lura is talking Red Fox and Coyotes in today’s Natural North Dakota essay. ~~~ Stephen Hamrick, MSUM English department, joins us to discuss Shakespeare. On this 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, the FM community is holding a Shakespeare Fest, a celebration of the bard. ~~~ A Plains Folk essay from NDSU history professor Tom Isern: “Buildings of North Dakota.”

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