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Image Credits: Amu Production for The Fargo Project (2016) Families enjoy Party in the Park activities at World Garden Commons at Rabanus Park. World Garden Commons at Rabanus Park is the pilot site of The Fargo Project, in Fargo, North Dakota.

Nature Adventure at World Garden Commons – May 19, 2018

Kids need parks – and parks need kids! For the first time, the Fargo Park District will hold their annual Nature Adventure at World Garden Commons in Rabanus Park. The event is free and open to families of all ages! DAY: May 19, 2018 TIME: 12:00 to 2:00 PM PARK: World Garden Commons in Rabanus…
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March 19, 2018 0

Role of the Artist: Connector

In celebration of Jackie Brookner’s (1947-2015) life and work, we share stories of her interactions, roles, influence and the legacy of her work as an artist in the construction and the ecological restoration of World Garden Commons at Rabanus Park. A long-held artistic goal in Jackie Brookner’s body of work was to integrate the creative…
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May 18, 2017 0

Community Table Serves 300

The Community Table held in conjunction with Welcoming Week activities across the cities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo was a profound experience for many. Table hosts greeted attendees and welcomed families to sit with new friends and greet old ones. The vegetarian meal, much of which was harvested from Growing Together gardens, included an…
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September 28, 2016 0

Natural Play Design Concept

Using a limited palette of boulders, grasses, grading, logs, rocks, ropes and trees a team working with The Fargo Project presented a design concept for natural play at World Garden Commons. Nicole Crutchfield, a Senior Planner with the City, and her team are pleased with the design. THE DESIGN All the ideas and activates integrated…
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August 5, 2016 0

More than a party in the park: exploring and creating in World Garden Commons

It was a perfect summer evening for the Park District’s Party in the Park at Rabanus Park. Children gathered around artist Dwight Mickelson’s table to create take-home models representing a vision of natural play features in the stormwater basin. While kids were deeply engaged in the activity, volunteers took the opportunity to visit with attendees…
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July 13, 2016 0