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North Dakota is in the Great Plains region of the United States Midwest. The soil in the Great Plains is fertile, and 90% of the land in North Dakota is used for farms and ranches. North Dakota grows more spring wheat than any other state. It is also the leading producer of sunflowers and honey. The western part of the North Dakota includes some of the Badlands. Many of the state’s natural resources come from this area, including fossil fuels. The is where oil extraction is occurring. The largest city in North Dakota is Fargo, and the capital is Bismarck.
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Bismarck, North Dakota
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President Theodore Roosevelt spent time in the Dakota area when he was a young man. He learned to love the outdoors and credits it with improving his health. His experience in the outdoors led to the conservation policies he would enact when he became President of the United States. During the time he was President, Theodore Roosevelt signed legislation establishing five new national parks. On April 25, 1947, President Truman signed the bill to establish the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park. It was changed during the Carter Administration to a National Park.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park