It’s been almost a full year since I’ve eaten in a restaurant, gone to a movie or had my hair done. A year since I’ve sat in a church pew (I’ve been faithful online). Sometimes, I feel like COVID-19 has caused the whole world to lose a year. “Time” has always been important to me.
It was Feb. 10, World Pulses Day, and the Northern Pulse Growers Association had invited a group of business and professional people to a luncheon – three courses – all based on pulse crops. Pulse crops include dry peas, lentils and chickpeas. The first course was lentil soup.
“I hope and pray that by the time you receive this issue of North Dakota Living, the spread of the virus has subsided, and a sense of normalcy restored.”
Welcome to North Dakota Living's Calendar of Events on the Web! The following events were submitted by our readers/subscribers. It's an excellent way to publicize your community's event!
North Dakota Living is recognizing history this month, with stories about women in agriculture and the beginnings of the Bank of North Dakota. In that vein, we thought it appropriate to look back on our own history, as the magazine of North Dakota’s electric cooperatives since 1954.