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Pioneers Use, Reduce, Re-cycle, and Reuse in McCord and southern Saskatchewan

 
Pioneers came  to the prairies of southern Saskatchewan.
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The south central Saskatchewan prairie
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Pioneers used trails
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Pioneers use north-south trails.
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Fuel - commonly known as cow pies (cow dung)
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Fuel - coal
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Cairn to honour area coal mines
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Coal for the Nogue Family
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Water - The Wood River
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Settlers use water  for animals.
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Pioneers used wells and  hand pumps to get water.
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Settlers used cisterns to catch and save rain water.
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Settlers use water container at Varsity school and at picnics.
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Pioneers cut  and use ice from the Wood River
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Pioneers cut and use ice from the Wood River
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Ice plow that was pulled by a horse and used to cut blocks of ice.
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Pioneers use a tank wagon to haul water.
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Pioneers use the Wood River for a leisurely afternoon visiting place.
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