Built on Agriculture

Missed the premiere of this new documentary from Prairie Public? Watch it online here.

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Missed the premiere? Watch online.

What’s your favorite Minnesota park? The young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps may have built it. This new original production from Prairie Public tours the iconic parks that we still love today. Watch it online here.

Mercy Street

Coming in January

Based on true stories, Mercy Street go beyond the battlefield and into the lives of distinctive cast of characters — doctors, nurses, contraband laborers and Southern loyalists — realizing the chaotic world of Union-occupied Alexandria, Virginia, and the Mansion House Hospital in the early years of the Civil War.

In November on Prairie Pulse: Lakota ND Jewelry Artist Nelda Schrupp, Music from Reina del Cid (11/6); The Forum Editorial Page Editor Jack Zaleski, and Artist Tim Ray (11/13); Author Michael Lansing, Forest History Center (11/20); Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society Director Edd Goerger (11/27). Tune in Fridays at 7:30, and watch past shows online.

In November on Prairie Mosaic: Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion, a duet by Pop Wagner and Bob Bovee, Lawrence Welk’s Legacy, and the Pipe Organ of Trainity Lutheran Church, Moorhead (11/2); The Sandy Lake Tragedy, North Dakota Artists, Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County, and Music from Wild Hands (11/9); Jay Cooke State Park, Forest History Center, Artist Gregory Fitz, Music from Sam Roth (11/16) . Watch past shows online.

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