Month: October 2016

Faces of The Fargo Project: Ronald Albert of Amu Productions

Ronald Albert is a filmmaker, wedding, music videographer, editor, and freelance photographer who has been photographing events at World Garden Commons.  Born in South Sudan, Ronald and his family moved to the USA in 1998 and settled in Fargo, ND where he currently lives. An image taken by Ronald Albert, Amu Productions is featured on…
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October 27, 2016 0

You Can’t Pile Pudding or Why Winter Construction is Ideal for the World Garden Commons Basin

Fresh, home-made chocolate pudding, warm, just off the stove is a favorite treat during cold winter evenings. After it comes off the stove, the pudding is in a semi-liquid state that requires you pour it into a bowl to eat or let it cool and solidify in the refrigerator. While our top soil is some…
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October 18, 2016 0

NDSU Student’s Stream Work

Prior to construction in 2015,  the World Garden Commons stormwater basin had a concrete channel.  It was removed as an experiment of The Fargo Project to answer many questions including, can stormwater basins be green spaces within an urban area that feature streams which mimic those found in nature? Under Natural Resources Management Professor Jack…
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October 17, 2016 0