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Common Ground – Beltrami County History Center

Common Ground’s Season Six premiere tours the opening day of The Beltrami County History Center’s new modular exhibits on Beltrami County’s history. Diverse contributions from the surrounding community, including The Leech Lake Tribal College & Elaine...
Posted On 17 Oct 2014
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Common Ground takers viewers on a mushroom hunt and members share secrets for finding the sought after Morel mushroom. Bemidji, Minn, April 22th 2014. In the final episode of the season, Common Ground takes viewers on a mushroom hunt. Members of the Paul Bunyan Mushroom Club talk...
Posted On 25 Apr 2014
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Common Ground talks to Water Walker Sharon Day about her walk down the length of the Mississippi to raise awareness about water purity. Common Ground talks to Water Walker Sharon Day about her walk down the length of the Mississippi. Day is an Anishinaabe grandmother whose Ojibwe...
Posted On 17 Apr 2014
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Meet the creator of a remarkable Corn Maze, a Warroad Hockey legend and enjoy the art of staff and faculty at BSU.  Meet the creator of a remarkable Corn Maze as Common Ground visits Carter’s Red Wagon Farm in Park Rapids, listen in as Warroad Hockey legend Henry Boucha shares...
Posted On 10 Apr 2014
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A Kelliher woodcarver shares his inner angst with viewers as he walks thru the process that enabled him to carve his first ever life-size Angel in full public gaze. A Kelliher woodcarver shares his inner angst with viewers as he walks thru the process that enabled him to carve...
Posted On 03 Apr 2014
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Thursday, April 3 at 7pm Ethan Elgersma, a Kelliher woodcarver, shares his inner angst with viewers as he walks thru the process that enabled him to carve his first ever life-size Angel not in the privacy of his shop but in full public gaze over 3 days last fall at the Hackensack...
Posted On 29 Mar 2014
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Common Ground 519

Two sisters reminisce in poetry and prose as they return to the family farm and share the triumphs and trials of their immigrant forbears. Candace Simar and Angela Foster walk viewers around the farm, which the family lost due to ill health in 1970, and across to the nearby...
Posted On 13 Mar 2014
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“Common Ground” follows the process as a theater evangelist initiates second graders into the joys of performing theater and in part two meets an award winning Native American flutist. Cate Belleveau, a long time Bemidji theatre advocate, shares her passion with Solway Elementary...
Posted On 06 Mar 2014
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Common Ground visits Crosby-Ironton to explore how iron mining has impacted both the politics and culture of the Cuyuna Range. Common Ground visits Crosby-Ironton to explore how iron mining has impacted both the politics and culture of the Cuyuna Range. The show begins by...
Posted On 27 Feb 2014
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From a 1902 electric trolling motor to a unique collection of fishing flies going back to the late 1800s, Common Ground takes viewers on a tour of the Minnesota Fishing Museum in Little Falls From a 1902 electric trolling motor to a unique collection of fishing flies goin...
Posted On 13 Feb 2014
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