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Here are the top ten articles for the Northern Plains Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The Pick-Sloan Missori Basin Program of 1944
The Flood Control Act of 1944, specifically the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program, altered the Missori River corridor in permanent and significant ways.
2. Montana Wineries
Montana wineries reflect the spirit of the state - they are unique, undaunted and creative - not to mention tasty!
3. Lifeline Farm: A Biodynamic Montana Dairy
Lifeline Farm, located in Victor, Montana produces the best cheese you will ever eat!
4. The Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy
Laura Ingalls Wilder and her writings capture the quintessential spirit of the high plains and our American legacy.
5. Radon Health Mines
Radon health mines are becoming a popular alternative medicine for many physical ailments.
6. Idaho's Famous Potatoes
Idaho's most famous, and one of its most economically important, industry is the southeastern potato production region.
7. Exploring Yellowstone in Spring
Often considered the crown jewel of the United States' National Park System, Yellowstone has great beauty to be discovered during the unpredictable spring season.
8. The Salt of the Earth
The people living in the rural heart of America are among the best society has to offer in terms of their kindness and strength.
9. The Ponderosa Pine
The Ponderosa Pine, state tree of Montana, is a beautiful species that dots the landscape of Montana and other western states. Discover why it is so important and so special.
10. Christmas on the Frontier
Our modern world would scarcely recognize the Christmas holiday as celebrated in the late 1800s, frontier-style.
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