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Home ::: North Dakota

Population: 676253

Total Males: 342030
Total Females: 334223
Median Household Income: $ 51641
Total Households: 282667

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of North Dakota in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Abercrombie Absaraka
Adams Adrian Agate
Alamo Alexander Alfred
Alice Almont Alsen
Ambrose Amenia Amidon
Anamoose Aneta Antler
Ardoch Argusville Arnegard
Arthur Arvilla Ashley
Ayr Baldwin Balfour
Balta Bantry Barney
Bathgate Battleview Beach
Belcourt Belfield Benedict
Berlin Berthold Beulah
Beverly Hills Binford Bisbee
Bismarck Bismark Bottineau
Bowbells Bowdon Bowman
Braddock Brocket Buchanan
Buffalo Burbank Burlington
Butte Buxton Calvin
Cando Cannon Ball Carpio
Carrington Carson Cartwright
Casselton Cathay Cavalier
Cayuga Center Chaseley
Christine Churchs Ferry Cleveland
Clifford Cogswell Coleharbor
Colfax Colgate Columbus
Cooperstown Courtenay Crary
Crete Crosby Crystal
Cummings Dahlen Davenport
Dawson Dazey Deering
Des Lacs Devils Lake Dickey
Dickinson Dodge Donnybrook
Douglas Drake Drayton
Driscoll Dunn Center Dunseith
Dwight Edgeley Edinburg
Edmore Egeland Eldridge
Elgin Ellendale Embden
Emerado Enderlin Englevale
Epping Erie Esmond
Fairdale Fairfield Fairmount
Fargo Fessenden Fingal
Finley Flasher Flaxton
Forbes Fordville Forest River
Forman Fort Ransom Fort Rice
Fort Totten Fort Yates Fortuna
Foxholm Fredonia Fullerton
Gackle Galchutt Galesburg
Gardner Garrison Geneseo
Gilby Gladstone Glen Ullin
Glenburn Glenfield Golden Valley
Golva Goodrich Grace City
Grafton Grand Forks Grand Forks Air Force Base
Grandin Granville Grassy Butte
Great Bend Grenora Gwinner
Hague Halliday Hamilton
Hampden Hankinson Hannaford
Hannah Hannover Hansboro
Harvey Harwood Hatton
Havana Hazelton Hazen
Hebron Heil Hensel
Hensler Hettinger Hickson
Hillsboro Hoople Hope
Horace Huff Hunter
Hurdsfield Inkster Jamestown
Johnstown Jud Judson
Karlsruhe Kathryn Keene
Kenmare Kensal Killdeer
Kindred Kintyre Knox
Kramer Kulm La Moure
Lakota Lamoure Langdon
Lankin Lansford Larimore
Lawton Leeds Lefor
Lehr Leith Leonard
Lidgerwood Lignite Lincoln
Linton Lisbon Litchville
Loraine Luverne Maddock
Maida Makoti Mandan
Mandaree Manning Mantador
Manvel Mapleton Marion
Marmarth Marshall Martin
Max Maxbass Mayville
McCanna McClusky McGregor
McHenry McKenzie McLeod
McVille Medina Medora
Mekinock Menoken Mercer
Michigan Milnor Milton
Minnewaukan Minot Minot Afb
Minot Air Force Base Minto Moffit
Mohall Monango Montpelier
Mooreton Mott Mountain
Munich Mylo Napoleon
Navarre Neche Nekoma
New England New Leipzig New Rockford
New Salem New Town Newburg
Niagara Nome Noonan
Norma Northwood Nortonville
Norwich Oakes Oberon
Oriska Osnabrock Oxbow
Page Palermo Park River
Parshall Pekin Pembina
Penn Perth Petersburg
Pettibone Pillsbury Pingree
Pisek Plaza Pleasant Lake
Portal Portland Powers Lake
Raleigh Raub Ray
Reeder Regan Regent
Reiles Acres Reynolds Rhame
Richardton Riverdale Robinson
Rocklake Rogers Rolette
Rolla Roseglen Ross
Rugby Ruso Rutland
Ryder Saint Anthony Saint John
Saint Michael Saint Thomas Sanborn
Sarles Sawyer Scranton
Selfridge Sentinel Butte Sharon
Sheldon Sherwood Sheyenne
Shields Sibley Solen
Souris South Heart Spiritwood
Stanley Stanton Starkweather
Steele Sterling Stirum
Strasburg Streeter Surrey
Sutton Sykeston Tappen
Taylor Thompson Tioga
Tolley Tolna Tower City
Towner Trenton Turtle Lake
Tuttle Underwood Upham
Valley City Velva Venturia
Verona Voltaire Voss
Wahpeton Walcott Wales
Walhalla Warwick Washburn
Watford City Webster West Fargo
West Williston Westhope Wheatland
White Earth Wildrose Williston
Willow City Wilton Wimbledon
Windsor Wing Wishek
Wolford Woodworth Wyndmere
York Ypsilanti Zahl
Zap Zeeland
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: North Dakota

Basic History

North Dakota was explored by the French in 1738-40. In 1803, the U.S. acquired most of North Dakota from France. The first settlements were made in 1812 by Scottish and Irish families while this area was still in dispute between the U.S. and Great Britain. The region remained largely unsettled until the construction of the railroad in the 1870s and 1880s. North Dakota achieved statehood in 1889. In recent years, it has become more urbanized.

Environmental History

North Dakota is predominantly a region of prairie and plains, although the American elm, green ash, and cottonwood grow there. Cranberries, juneberries, and wild grapes are also common. Buffalo grasses grow on the plains. The western prairie fringed orchid is the only plant species classified as threatened. White-tailed and mule deer, pronghorn antelope, the elk, grizzly bear, the bighorn sheep are commonly found in the region. 7 animal species are listed as threatened or endangered in North Dakota, including the bald eagle, Eskimo curlew, pallid sturgeon, least tern and whooping crane.

Green Initiatives

NetDepot is a premier data center in North Dakota that has taken several green initiatives to maximize energy efficiency and minimize footprint on the environment. Some of them include: use of state-of-the-art facility controller automating pumps, fans, facility temperature gauges and electricity usage by utilizing only the amount of power needed; use of heat pumps which provide up to 25% more energy efficient cooling than traditional HVAC cooling equipment; recycles cardboard, metals, old computer components, and all materials possible; utilizes high-efficiency lighting to minimize power consumption; utilizes space within its facility by matching maximum efficiencies without over building or waste; and conducts audits to discover better ways to conserve energy. NetDepot finds new and innovative ways to optimize energy. The Green Initiative is a non-profit community organization that raises awareness about climate change and limits its effects through education and innovation. It works with schools, businesses and individuals to help them operate sustainably. The Green Building Initiative of North Dakota promotes construction of high-performance buildings and adheres to the tenets of green, such as energy efficiency, wise resource use, reduced waste, etc.
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