Field to Fork and All American Lumberjack Show at Lac qui Parle County Fair
These amounts are appropriated to the commissioner of agriculture for grants to county agricultural societies to enhance arts access and education and to preserve and promote Minnesota's history and cultural heritage as embodied in its county fairs. The grants shall be in addition to the aid distributed to county agricultural societies under Minnesota Statutes, section 38.02. The commissioner shall award grants as follows: (1) $700,000 each year distributed in equal amounts to each of the state's county fairs to enhance arts access and education and to preserve and promote Minnesota's history and cultural heritage;
Comment card will be distributed at both events.
Comment cards asked whether participants found the event education, whether it was visually appealing, and whether they were satisfied with the quality of the event. Respondents could rate their experience from 1 (unsatisfied) and 5 (very satisfied). All respondents answered the questions with a 4 or 5.
Lac qui Parle County Fair
To highlight the importance of agriculture in rural and urban areas and to bring awareness of how farming culture is alive throughout Minnesota.
To bring the All American Lumberjack Show to Lac qui Parle County Fair. With two teams and ten lumberjack events, the show will offer viewers an opportunity to see demonstrations of old time skills, and can join the lumberjacks at camp to get a hands on experience.