Photos: Prairie for the People Grand Opening
Aug. 2018 – Non-profit partners and the community near Rabanus Park, Fargo, celebrated the end of construction at World Garden Commons on August 5, 2018. The purpose to celebrate construction, bring people together and encourage people to use the greenspace for their own gatherings, reflection and play.
One attendee said, “The event was fantastic! Lots of people and engagement and fun activities!”
A variety of ecological and cultural activities were planned characterizing prairie for the people and to show the importance of community connection, nature, natural resources and the creative expressions of cultures.
World Garden Commons is a newly transformed greenspace that reflects the cultural vibrancy of the Fargo community and serves as a stormwater collection basin.
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Many thanks to the following for their contributions to the event:
NDSU Natural Resource Management
New American Consortium, Make Room and Kwaician
BUZZ Lab Hive & Photo Booth
Kindness Rocks with Dena Schultz and The Arts Partnership
Growing Together Face Painting & Garden Tours
River Keepers Scavenger Hunt & Water Adventure
Be More Colorful Virtual Reality Tours
Native American Commission Mini Pow Wow
Heavenly Hawg BBQ & Adibon African & European Cuisine, Daughters of the Earth Buffalo Stew, and River Keepers’ Catfish Bites
Adibon African & European Cuisine Anytime Fun Artist Dena Schultz Be More Colorful Buzz Lab Daughters of the Earth FM Ballet growing together Heavenly Hawg BBQ HIVE Kindness Rocks Kwaician Make Room Native American Commission NDSU Natural Resource Management New American Consortium River Keepers The Arts Partnership