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Region 2 Arts Council Seeks Anishinaabe Arts Initiative Council Members

Region 2 Arts Council is currently seeking AAI Council members to fill vacancies beginning November 1, 2009. Members must live in the Region 2 service area, which includes Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods, and Mahnomen counties and the nearby counties of Becker, Cass, Itasca and ...

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“NO RISK” ARTS WORKSHOP FUNDING AVAILABLE

The Region 2 Arts Council invites individuals and organizations from our five-county area (Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods and Mahnomen Counties) to propose workshop ideas to R2AC for direct funding. The workshop is funded with no financial risk to you.The workshop must focus on ...

Confessions of a Tree Hugger

by Barry BabcockI am lucky – I own and live on eighty acres of forested land with a diverse plant community. Living amidst these trees, shrubs, and herbs and forbs has given me a different perspective.Living with and amongst trees makes me believe that they are undeniably the most important ...

Esh-ke-bug-e-coshe the Great Chief of the Chippewa

by Barry BabcockSometimes it may happen that one interested in the history of human events stumbles upon a personality of such immense proportions and who for some unknown reason has slipped through the cracks of our national recognition.So it is that I stumbled onto William Whipple Warren and the ...

ITASCA GREENHOUSE: Growing Trees for a Green World

by Margaret A. HaapojaA sea of green—thousands of tiny tree seedlings--stretches out in front of us as we walk with Bill Sayward through one of his greenhouses. Soft tamarack needles recently pruned beg to be touched, and the sharp scent of balsam poplar perfumes the air.Bill and Cathy Sayward ...

Going Green on the Job: Easier than you think

by Sheila Helmberger"You just need to think about it a little bit," said Adrienne Cahoon, owner of the Whiteley Creek Bed and Breakfast in Brainerd. Cahoon spends a lot of time looking for different and healthier ways for almost every aspect of running her business.And she's not alone. Jane Jewett ...

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Successful SEaM Camp

Thirty-eight "campers" participated in the Summer Engineering and Manufacturing Camp (Seam) held July 7-11 for students in grades 6-12. The camp provided an opportunity for hands-on experiences with electronics, motor controllers, mechanical drafting, manufacturing machining, and robotic automated systems. Students designed “Battlebots” for the three competitions on the last day of the camp. ...

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Successful SEaM Camp

Thirty-eight "campers" participated in the Summer Engineering and Manufacturing Camp (Seam) held July 7-11 for students in grades 6-12. The camp provided an opportunity for hands-on experiences with electronics, motor controllers, mechanical drafting, manufacturing machining, and robotic automated systems. Students designed “Battlebots” for the three competitions on the last day of the camp. ...

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Coleraine Library hosts luncheon with author - Herald Review

Coleraine Library hosts luncheon with authorHerald Review... Coleraine. There is a $8 charge for lunch and is limited to the first 100 people. For reservations, call 245-2315. ...

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Coleraine Library hosts luncheon with author - Herald Review

Coleraine Library hosts luncheon with authorHerald Review... Coleraine. There is a $8 charge for lunch and is limited to the first 100 people. For reservations, call 245-2315. ...

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Lean and Agile Procurement: Making the Most of Taxpayer Investment

Innovators in the Smart Growth and New Urbanist world are successfully chipping away entrenched standards that, for far too long, have dictated inefficient, unsightly community design. ...

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Lean and Agile Procurement: Making the Most of Taxpayer Investment

Innovators in the Smart Growth and New Urbanist world are successfully chipping away entrenched standards that, for far too long, have dictated inefficient, unsightly community design. ...

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White House Rural Council annoucnes $10 billion dollar to promote rural economic development

OK the press release didn’t include a direct connection to broadband – but it’s not a big stretch to add it in. The scoop is that there’s a big Rural Opportunity Investment Conference (ROI) happening this week to encourage public and private investment in rural economic development. ...

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Atheist TV

Here is the promo video for Atheist TV which is premiering on July 29th. It doesn’t say much about what will actually be on the program, how often the program will appear or how long episodes may be. ...

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