Is Music Good for Your Health?

If you’re wondering, the answer is yes. And the evidence is both anecdotal and clinical, but if you want more details, check out this column from NDSU Extension food and nutrition specialist Julie Garden-Robinson.

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Small-business Savvy: Get Ready to Shop Small on Saturday, November 26!

When you shop in small, local businesses, the dollars you spend stay in your community; they get circulated again. That’s the message of Glen Muske writing for the NDSU Extension Service about a shop local event on Saturday, November 26. To participate, just visit a local business. Mr. Muske’s article follows below. What event will

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Farmers Especially: Watch Out for This Weed

The North Dakota Department of Agriculture and North Dakota State University Extension Service advise farmers to scout new conservation plantings for Palmer amaranth, a very aggressive weed that has plagued cropland production in the South and Midwest. Palmer amaranth is a type of pigweed that has devastated crops in many states. In some areas, herbicide

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Oil Field Reclamation Conference Set

What happens to the land after an oil or saltwater spill? What happens when it’s time to give the land back to nature or the farmer? Remediation and reclamation are big issues in the oil patch these days, and a February conference in Dickinson will provide interested parties an opportunity to learn more. The full

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Calving Workshop to be Held in Minot

  The NDSU Extension service will be hosting a calving workshop on February 29th. The full news release follows below. — Official News Release, NDSU Extension Service — Calving will be the focus of a workshop that the North Dakota State University Extension Service is holding Feb. 29 at the NDSU North Central Research Extension

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Small-business Savvy: Building the Local Small-business Community

When it comes to economic development, it's the small businesses that deliver the most sustainable impact through the ups and downs of the economy.

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Spotlight on Economics: Solving the Problem of Food Security

Food security remains one of the major problems that humanity faces in developing and developed parts of the world.

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NDSU Extension Services: Get Pasture Water Tested This Year

Limited snowmelt and the lack of rainfall this spring means producers should have the water quality in their pastures tested before turning their livestock out to pasture, North Dakota State University Extension Service specialists advise.

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