Nice news of the day – November 22, 2018

There’s a lot to like about living in the country.  It’s quiet. There’s a lot of space.  You can walk around without pants on (if you don’t have neighbors).  But you typically can’t get food delivery –which is why it’s great that the Great Plains Food Bank is taking its mobile food pantry to some of North Dakota’s rural communities to serve residents who need no-cost food. (New Rockford Transcript)

This farm has thousands of chickens, cattle, sheep, and pigs roaming free, which is the basis for “Old McDonald Had a Farm” and basically my 3-year old son’s dream scenario. (Dickinson Press)

The Mid-Dakota Education Cooperative received a prestigious 2018 Bush Prize for Community Innovation for the work the group is doing with 15 rural North Dakota school districts. The program is so interesting that it’s worth the time to read the whole article. (Minot Daily News)

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