North Dakota Ag Department debuts Internet radio show
BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) is now on the air.
“You can catch ‘North Dakota Now,’ our new weekly Internet radio show on your computer,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “It airs every Wednesday at 11 a.m. on the locally-owned Internet station, URL Radio.”
Goehring said the program can also be heard through a link on the department’s Web site, http://www.agdepartment.com.
“The weekly program includes a newscast, feature stories on Pride of Dakota members’ companies, updates on department activities and other information,” Goehring said. “It’s not just for farmers and ranchers; there’s something of interest for almost everyone.”
The upcoming program includes an interview with Goehring regarding a recent trade mission to Cuba, a feature on Pride of Dakota member Golden Valley Flax, a newscast and an interview with Judy Carlson, NDDA plant industries division director, on a new noxious weed poster.
North Dakota Now is produced in-house by NDDA’s Business Development Division.
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