Some Families Are Moving Back To The City Cores

  Infants and toddlers are a fast-rising population group in downtown Minneapolis.  This article in the Star Tribune relates how some families around the nation are moving back to the city core in or near vibrant downtown areas like Fargo’s is becoming.  If you’re interested in learning more about some opportunities for living and/or working…
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Fargo’s Residential Recycling Is Increasing

Thanks to Fargo recycling coordinator Brady Brunsvold and his staff and all the great folks at Fargo’s solid resources department, Fargo’s residential recycling efforts are helping reduce the volumes going to the landfill.  Way to go! The volume based residential garbage pick up with curbside recycling included has been a big reason for the boost.…
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Fargo Featured Today And This Week-end On CNN

Tune in to CNN at 1 pm and 2 pm Friday,┬áThe first airing of the new CNN Fargo segment on conservation is at 2 pm today. Just a heads up that CNN will be running a Fargo segment at 2pm central today and rebroadcast this week-end (Schedule below). This is a new segment that’s a…
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America Is An Unstoppable Foreign Oil Dependency-breaking Machine — Unfortunately The Machine Runs On Oil. (Jon Stewart)

 The last eight presidents have gone on television and promised to move America towards an energy-independent future. Thanks to Grand Forks pride and joy Jason Schaefer for sharing Jon Stewarts take on the subject: Home grown energy history this short 2 minute video tells the US energy story                 …
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General Clark Says North Dakota Can Lead The US In Home Grown Energy

General Wesley Clark said the United States is sending $300 billion a year abroad to pay for imported oil in his keynote presentation at Senator Dorgans Renewable Energy Summit.   Thanks to Senator Dorgan and his staff for working with NDARE (North Dakota Alliance for Renewable Energy), Bismarck State College, Great Plains Energy Corridor, and KLJ…
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