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Sponsor a Paving Stone….

The International Peace Garden on the Manitoba/North Dakota border is the location selected for the North American Game Warden Museum. This area was chosen for its natural beauty and for the fact that is a central North American location; it has become quite the International tourism destination.
New Museum Building

The museum was introduced so that those in the profession of preserving the natural environment could be honored. It is also a great place for people to be educated on the values that out natural resources hold.

In 2005 the museum underwent a new phase of construction to add to the overall effect of the museum. There is also a Memorial Garden where the names of fallen officers from all over the US and Canada can be honored and displayed on monuments.

Black Granite Paving Stone

Engraved paving stones can be sponsored by individuals in gratitude of the champions of the profession. There is a public fundraising effort which promoted the sponsoring of 500 paving stones that have been allocated for individual honors. The proceeds from the paving stone sponsorship will help the completion of the museum’s construction phase.

The paving stones will be inscribed with a logo or an inscription and will then be placed in the grounds of the museum. Engraved paving stones are very common product for companies, families or clubs to show a permanent sign of respect or gratitude.

The Benefits of these Engraved Paving Stones …

  • Pavers are durable, weather resistant, and traffic resistant.
  • They are made from polished black granite so they are visually appealing also.
  • There is plenty of room on the surface of the paver for personal engraving in honor, thanks or memory.
  • Every engraved paving stone will be placed on the grounds of the museum so that the public can appreciate them.
  • Paving stones can be sponsored by individuals, families or companies and associations.

About North Dakota, ND...

During the 19th century North Dakota was considered to be apart of the Wild West. It was home to the Native Americans for hundreds of years until the Europeans of French descent invaded and called North Dakota its home. North Dakota became a state of America back in 1889.

North Dakota

Many navy vessels have been named in honor of this state like USS North Dakota. The great depression which took place in North Dakota in the 1920's affected the states popularity. North Carolina 's population today stands at 640,000 which were exactly the same in the 1920's.

North Dakota’s climatic changes are immense. Their summers are unsettled with severe thunderstorms, hail and tornadoes. During the winter most parts of North Dakota are hot, cool and dry. Snow fall becomes very serve during the fall also.

The Missouri river flows through the western part of North Dakota it meets up with and forms Lake Sakakawea, which in named by the Native Americans who first migrated to this state.

North Dakota also is the only state with their self owned bank called the bank of North Dakota. This bank holds and funds all of the states and local governments.

For more information go to The official website for the state of North Dakota

Cities of North Dakota

Abercrombie

Adams

Alamo

Alexander

Alice

Almont

Alsen

Ambrose

Amenia

Amidon

Anamoose

Aneta

Antler

Ardoch

Argusville

Arnegard

Arthur

Ashley

Ayr

Balfour

Balta

Bantry

Barney

Bathgate

Beach

Belfield

Benedict

Bergen

Berlin

Berthold

Beulah

Binford

Bisbee

Bismarck

Bottineau

Bowbells

Bowdon

Bowman

Braddock

Briarwood

Brinsmade

Brocket

Buchanan

Bucyrus

Buffalo

Burlington

Butte

Buxton

Calio

Calvin

Cando

Canton City

Carpio

Carrington

Carson

Casselton

Cathay

Cavalier

Cayuga

Center

Christine

Churchs Ferry

Cleveland

Clifford

Cogswell

Coleharbor

Colfax

Columbus

Conway

Cooperstown

Courtenay

Crary

Crosby

Crystal

Davenport

Dawson

Dazey

Deering

Des Lacs

Devils Lake

Dickey

Dickinson

Dodge

Donnybrook

Douglas

Drake

Drayton

Dunn Center

Dunseith

Dwight

Edgeley

Edinburg

Edmore

Egeland

Elgin

Ellendale

Elliott

Emerado

Enderlin

Epping

Esmond

Fairdale

Fairmount

Fargo

Fessenden

Fingal

Finley

Flasher

Flaxton

Forbes

Fordville

Forest River

Forman

Fort Ransom

Fortuna

Fort Yates

Fredonia

Frontier

Fullerton

Gackle

Galesburg

Gardena

Gardner

Garrison

Gascoyne

Gilby

Gladstone

Glenburn

Glenfield

Glen Ullin

Golden Valley

Golva

Goodrich

Grace City

Grafton

Grand Forks

Grandin

Grano

Granville

Great Bend

Grenora

Gwinner

Hague

Halliday

Hamberg

Hamilton

Hampden

Hankinson

Hannaford

Hannah

Hansboro

Harvey

Harwood

Hatton

Havana

Haynes

Hazelton

Hazen

Hebron

Hettinger

Hillsboro

Hoople

Hope

Horace

Hove Mobile Park

Hunter

Hurdsfield

Inkster

Jamestown

Jud

Karlsruhe

Kathryn

Kenmare

Kensal

Kief

Killdeer

Kindred

Knox

Kramer

Kulm

Lakota

LaMoure

Landa

Langdon

Lankin

Lansford

Larimore

Larson

Lawton

Leal

Leeds

Lehr

Leith

Leonard

Lidgerwood

Lignite

Lincoln

Linton

Lisbon

Litchville

Loma

Loraine

Ludden

Luverne

McClusky

McHenry

McVille

Maddock

Makoti

Mandan

Mantador

Manvel

Mapleton

Marion

Marmarth

Martin

Max

Maxbass

Mayville

Maza

Medina

Medora

Mercer

Michigan City

Milnor

Milton

Minnewaukan

Minot

Minto

Mohall

Monango

Montpelier

Mooreton

Mott

Mountain

Munich

Mylo

Napoleon

Neche

Nekoma

Newburg

New England

New Leipzig

New Rockford

New Salem

New Town

Niagara

Nome

Noonan

North River

Northwood

Oakes

Oberon

Oriska

Osnabrock

Overly

Oxbow

Page

Palermo

Park River

Parshall

Pekin

Pembina

Perth

Petersburg

Pettibone

Pick City

Pillsbury

Pingree

Pisek

Plaza

Portal

Portland

Powers Lake

Prairie Rose

Rawson

Ray

Reeder

Regan

Regent

Reile's Acres

Reynolds

Rhame

Richardton

Riverdale

Robinson

Rocklake

Rogers

Rolette

Rolla

Ross

Rugby

Ruso

Rutland

Ryder

St. John

St. Thomas

Sanborn

Sarles

Sawyer

Scranton

Selfridge

Sentinel Butte

Sharon

Sheldon

Sherwood

Sheyenne

Sibley

Solen

Souris

South Heart

Spiritwood Lake

Springbrook

Stanley

Stanton

Starkweather

Steele

Strasburg

Streeter

Surrey

Sykeston

Tappen

Taylor

Thompson

Tioga

Tolley

Tolna

Tower City

Towner

Turtle Lake

Tuttle

Underwood

Upham

Valley City

Velva

Venturia

Verona

Voltaire

Wahpeton

Walcott

Wales

Walhalla

Warwick

Washburn

Watford City

West Fargo

Westhope

White Earth

Wildrose

Williston

Willow City

Wilton

Wimbledon

Wing

Wishek

Wolford

Woodworth

Wyndmere

York

Zap

Zeeland