Flood season in the Red River valley can be a dangerous time to use the river for recreation. But what happens during the summer months when the river is calm? One group of individuals took to the riverbanks to find out. This river holds many things: drinking water for the surrounding communities, opportunities for angling and on this particular morning, something else.
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