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Main Street Weekend for November 21

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5764 - Sunday, November 21, 2021 - North Dakota farmer and rancher Gabe Brown has won the Heinz Award for the Environment, complete with $250,000 in prize money. The award acknowledges his work in regenerative agriculture. We re-air a conversation with Brown from November 2019. ~~~ It’s estimated that nearly 1 in 5 Americans have left or skipped school because they did not have access to menstrual products. Aunt Flow is an organization striving to address that problem, and it works with many organizations, including Minnesota State Community and Technical College, which is now making free period products available in their campus bathrooms. Guest interviewer Brandi Malarkey visits with Madison Jansky, associate director of Equity and Inclusion at MState. ~~~ In this week’s Prairie Pulse television show, host John Harris visits with Cortnee Jensen of the North Dakota Department of Commerce. Today we share an excerpt, picking it up where Jensen explains her interesting role as director of strategy and transformation.