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Bison Illustrated Editor Nolan Schmidt sat down with NDSU Women’s Basketball Coach Jory Collins and Men’s Basketball Coach Dave Richman to get the inside scoop on the upcoming year.
This month, we met in our very own art museum, The Rourke Art Gallery + Museum, and recruited some local artists to model looks from nearby boutiques. In a town like Fargo, no one industry stands alone, but instead, they are all intermingled and supportive of one another. We selected young, local artists as our models to showcase the art of styling, but also to celebrate the unity of sectors that make Fargo so special.
At Spotlight, we try and outdo ourselves every month. Well, this month, we feel like we truly succeeded. At 212 pages, the May Fargo INC! is Spotlight’s largest magazine it’s ever produced. In a special collaboration with Emerging Prairie, Fargo INC! covered the Grand Farm Initiative, a new farm being created on 40-acres of land south of Fargo that aims to become the first fully automated farm.
In the May Fargo INC!, you’ll find exclusive interviews, photo shoots and stories with industry experts like…
Jeanne Crain – Bremer Bank
Joel Honeyman – Bobcat Doosan
Kevin Biffert – Fargo Automation
Mayor Tim Mahoney – City of Fargo
Senator John Hoeven
Ed Schafer – Former governor and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sunny Purdue
Barry Batcheller – Appareo
Erik Hardmeyer – Bank of North Dakota
Jon Godfread – ND Insurance Commissioner
Tammy Miller – Valley Prosperity Partnership
NDSU President Dean Bresciani
Ryan Raguse and Jake Joraanstad – Bushel
Howard Dahl – Amity Technology
“The support from the community was unprecedented for this issue,” said Andrew Jason, Editorial Director for Spotlight. “From North Dakota’s founding, it has been built on a legacy of agriculture and innovation. The work being done in this 40-acres will ensure we are able to feed the growing global population.”
We worked with people and companies from across the state and country to accurately cover how North Dakota is setting itself as a leader in ag tech. We also were excited to mail the magazine to farms across the state of North Dakota and western Minnesota and every business in North Dakota with 2-40 employees.
We are excited to continue to cover the work that Emerging Prairie and Grand Farm continue to do in our community and beyond. To read all of our coverage on Grand Farm, go to fargoinc.com/tag/grand-farm and you can read the digital version of the magazine here.