Prairie Storm On The Pankratz Memorial Prairie

The weather lately has been warm and humid with widespread thunderstorms. On Tuesday morning, a storm approached from the west creating a breathtaking view of the prairie sky and the Echinacea growing on the Pankratz Memorial Prairie. These wildflowers grow in moist to dry prairies like Pankratz. The 920- acre prairie is owned by The…
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Taking Count Of The Western Prairie Fringed Orchid

Since early July, volunteers have been out on the Minnesota prairie taking a very special census of a threatened prairie wildflower. The prairie fringed orchid has been on the U.S. List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants since 1989, and the annual census gives researchers important data necessary in the protection of the delicate…
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Rae French, Nana Boaten, And North Country Food Bank Honored At Minnesota Campus Compact Awards Summit And Luncheon

University of Minnesota, Crookston Chancellor Charles H. Casey joined other college and university presidents who belong to Minnesota Campus Compact in nominating recipients of three statewide awards.  Recipients were honored June 14, 2011, at St. Catherine’s University in St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota Campus Compact award recipients included Rae French and Nana Boaten from the U…
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Three Degrees Added To Online Offerings At The U Of M, Crookston; Information Technology Management, Health Management, And Communication Make A Total Of 10 Online Degrees

Students interested in earning a degree online have three additional degrees to choose from at the University of Minnesota, Crookston. The U of M Board of Regents approved the online delivery of Information Technology Management and Health Management degree programs during the May 2011 meeting and an online Communication degree was approved during the Board’s…
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New U Of M, Crookston Billboard At The East Entrance To City

Sophomore Cameron Hill, a business management major from Stockbridge,Ga.; Junior Yangchen Gurung, a business management major from Kathmandu, Nepal; and Senior Ben Sullivan, a natural resources management major from Crookston, Minn., are featured on a new billboard at the east entrance to Crookston on Highway 2. Special thanks to the Red River Valley Sugarbeet Museum…
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