The North Dakota Winter Show was one of the last in-person agricultural events in the state in 2020. One year later, the 84th year of the show is able to happen once again even despite setbacks associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The show schedule was condensed to five days this year, but the quality of quantity of events remains the same. “The parking lot has been full. That’s been awesome to see,” says Tesa Klein, general manager. “People haven’t been anywhere this past year, and they are looking for places to go. We have a full slate of speakers on the AgCountry stage and plenty of vendors to visit with.” Klein adds rodeo has been a constant this past year. “Our contractor, Bailey Pro Rodeo, has kept rodeo going in the this Upper Midwest area.” The show runs through Sunday, March 14. Hear more from Klein in this Red River Farm Network interview.