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U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration U.S. Census Bureau. Prepared by the Geography Division. LEGEND. NEW. ENGLAND. REGION. Scientific reference on the mammals of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. The West North Central states form one of the nine geographic subdivisions within the United States that are officially recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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West North Central states

Place

West North Central Region

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Composition
Metropolitan areas
Largest cityMinneapolis-St. Paul, MN
 • Total507,913 sq mi (1,315,490 km2)
 • Total21,616,921
 • Density43/sq mi (16/km2)

The West North Central states form one of the nine geographic subdivisions within the United States that are officially recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Seven states compose the division: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota and it makes up the western half of the United States Census Bureau's larger region of the Midwest, the eastern half of which consists of the East North Central states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.[1] The Mississippi River marks the bulk of the boundary between these two divisions.

The West North Central states are regarded as constituting the core of the nation's "Farm Belt." Another name popularly applied to the division is the "Agricultural Heartland," or simply the "Heartland."

Since the early 1990s, the West North Central division has consistently had the lowest unemployment rate in the United States (especially in its many college towns), and has also been noted for its plentiful supply of affordable housing.

As of 2020, the West North Central states had a combined population of 21,616,921. This number is a 5.4% increase from 20,505,437 in 2010. The West North Central region covers 507,913 square miles (1,315,489 km2) of land, and has an average population density of 42.56 people per square mile.

State2020 CensusLand area
Iowa3,190,36956,272
Kansas2,937,88082,277
Minnesota5,706,49486,939
Missouri6,154,91369,709
Nebraska1,961,50477,354
North Dakota779,09470,700
South Dakota886,66777,116
City2020 Pop.
1Kansas City, Missouri508,090
2Omaha, Nebraska484,983
3Minneapolis, Minnesota434,341
4Wichita, Kansas390,780
5St. Louis, Missouri318,416
6St. Paul, Minnesota310,468
7St. Louis, Missouri292,601
8Lincoln, Nebraska292,201
9Des Moines, Iowa215,293
10Overland Park, Kansas197,783
1 Twin Cities (MN-WI) 3,685,561
2 St. Louis, MO-IL 2,806,100
3 Kansas City, Missouri-KS 2,172,902
4 Omaha, Nebraska-IA 963,221
5 Des Moines, Iowa721,326
6 Wichita, Kansas649,230
7 Springfield, Missouri473,702
8 Quad Cities IA-IL (Davenport) 376,502
9 Lincoln, Nebraska340,954
10 Duluth, MN-WI 287,430

Politics[edit]

  • Bold denotes election winner.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

McCain and Trump won the overall state, but Barack Obama won Nebraska's 2nd congressional district in the 2008 election, while Joe Biden won it in the 2020 election.

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_North_Central_states

Planned Parenthood North Central States

Challenge

For better or worse, everyone has heard of Planned Parenthood, which means any piece of communication from them is already prejudged by some. 

When Planned Parenthood North Central States (PPNCS) received a five-year grant to launch and maintain a Teen Pregnancy Prevention initiative, they knew this was a much bigger undertaking than developing brochures and holding informational sessions. They recognized that two crucial elements were necessary for the successful creation and rollout of the initiative: conducting research and partnering with a smart, agile agency.  

That’s when they reached out to Wheelhouse Collective for their creative approach to problem-solving and extensive experience in research, digital strategy, design and copywriting.

Solution

Wheelhouse Collective kicked things off with several meetings with the PPNCS to go over the project, talk through possibilities, get information to initiate research and create an action plan. Since PPNCS already had a lot of valuable information to offer teens, parents and other non-profits focusing on family and reproductive health, it made sense to create an online hub where all of the information could be housed in an organized and accessible fashion.

And just like that, the political climate changed and PPNCS’s grant was pulled. The money they had already received from the state was the dollar amount they had to spend, which meant scrapping the online hub and starting over. But our needs remained the same: to get valuable teen pregnancy prevention information in the hands of those who need it. We had to pivot our strategy and fast. 

Through our research, we determined that local nonprofits and public health offices wanted to offer teen pregnancy prevention guidance but didn’t have the means to create the necessary pieces needed to reach people within their communities. Armed with this new insight, we worked closely with many organizations to come up with executions that met their specific needs. 

The work, which you can view by clicking the links below, was divided into three categories:
Teen healthcare and hygiene
Local Education Training
Public Health Offices

Numerous print pieces were created, including a Teen Health Fair in a Box containing fun materials to hand out at teen health fairs, and web pages for public health offices to add to their websites.

Results

Local nonprofits and health offices were thrilled to have crucial materials on hand that were accessible to teens and their parents.


Services

research, campaign strategy, brand creation, copywriting, design, print collateral, web, digital, environmental graphics, creative consultation

Collaborators

Strategy, Creative Direction & Design: Cathy Solarana
Strategy, Creative Direction & Copywriting: Neveen Hegab
Account Planning & Research: Diane Krajeck
Digital Media Strategy & Research: Valerie Jones

Источник: https://www.wheelhousecollective.com/portfolio/planned-parenthood-north-central-states/

Agriculture employment most widespread by far in West North Central States

August 12, 1999

In 1997, the States in the West North Central area had the highest proportion of employed persons working in farming, forestry, and fishing occupations. More than one in 20 employed persons in the West North Central area worked in these occupations.

Percent of employed persons working in farming, forestry, and fishing, by area, 1997
[Chart data—TXT]

In other areas in the western part of the country, about one in 30 employed persons were in agricultural occupations. In the Pacific area, 3.5 percent had jobs in farming, forestry, and fishing, while in the Mountain area and West South Central areas, the percentages were 3.4 percent and 3.3 percent, respectively. These proportions were all well below the 5.6-percent figure for workers in West North Central States.

In the Northeastern region of the country, workers were least likely to work in farming, forestry, and fishing occupations. Only 1.7 percent of workers in New England and 1.4 percent in the Middle Atlantic were in agricultural occupations.

These data on employment are a product of the Current Population Survey. The data refer to the primary jobs of employed persons. Additional information is available from Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment, 1997 (PDF, 966K), (BLS Bulletin 2515). West North Central States include Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

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Источник: https://www.bls.gov/opub/ted/1999/Aug/wk2/art04.htm

North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters' Benefit Funds

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Manager's handbook for oaks in the north-central states.

Publication

General Technical Report NC-37. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station

Abstract

Presents a key for choosing management options. Discusses silvicultural treatments to ensure reproduction and regulate stand density for efficient timber production. Also discusses water, wildlife, esthetics, and their effects on timber production.

Keywords

oak; Quercus; mixed stands; regeneration; thinning

Citation

Sander, Ivan L. 1977. Manager''s handbook for oaks in the north-central states. General Technical Report NC-37. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station

Last updated on: August 11, 2006
Источник: https://www.nrs.fs.fed.us/pubs/102

North Central States Mission

The North Central States Mission is the ancestor of the Minnesota Minneapolis Mission. When it was organized in 1925, it was one of only 26 missions in the entire world.

The North Central States Mission was organized on 12 July 1925 from parts of the Northern States Mission, the Western States Mission, the Northeswestern States Mission, and the Canadian Mission. John G. Allred was the first president of the North Central States Mission.

The north central states included all of Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. It also included the eastern and central portions of South Dakota and Ontario west of Port Arthur. In 1926 all of Montana east of Great Falls was added to the North Central States mission.

By 1930 there were ten branches that met in chapels owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the mission (including on the Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota) as well as another eight branches that met at rented locations.

In 1929 Arthur Welling succeeded President Allred in presiding over the mission.

In 1941 the Western Canadian Mission was organized and Saskatchewan was tranfered to that mission. In 1950 the Montanta-Wyoming mission was organized, which incorporated the Montana portion of the North Central States Mission into its boundaries.

From 1954-1957 George Eugene England served as president of the North central states Central States Mission.[1]

When the Northern Indian Mission was organized in 1964, it took over missionary work north central states the Indian Reservations from the North Central States Mission. In 1973 this mission was renamed the Dakota-Manitoba Mission, relecting a decision to integrate missionary work with Native Americans into the overall missionary program of the Church. In 1970 the North Central States Mission had been renamed the Minnesota-Manitoba Mission. With the shifts in 1973, it was renamed the Minnesoa-Wsiconsin Mission.

With this renaming and creation of new missions, the Minnesota-Wisconsin Mission was primarily in the housing waiting list check of Minnesota and Wisconsin, with a part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in its boundaries, but much of the western portions of Minnesota in the Dakota-Manitoba Mission.

In 1974 all missions were renamed to reflect the city in which they were based. Thus, this mission was renamed the North central states Minneapolis Mission. In 1978 the Milwaukee Wisconsin Mission was organized from parts of both the Minnesota Minneapolis Mission and the Chicago Illinois Mission.

Today, the Minnesota Mineapolis Mission consists mainly of Minnesota, except the western portion of the state. It encompasses much north central states western Wisconsin, and the very far westernmost point of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It also includes part of the far western area of Ontario.

The mission headquarters have been located at the same address in Bloomington, Minnesota, since at least 1973.

Notable missionaries

Sources

  • Ensign, May 1986, p. 101
  • Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedia History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. p. 587.
  • LDS Church Almanac, 2005 Edition, p. north central states Church News, May 4, 1996
Источник: https://www.mormonwiki.com/North_Central_States_Mission
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Источник: https://nonprofitlight.com/mn/st-paul/north-central-states-regional-council-of-carpenters

Agriculture employment most widespread by far in West North Central States

August 12, 1999

In 1997, the States in the West North Central area had the highest north central states of employed persons working in farming, forestry, and fishing occupations. More than one in 20 employed persons in the West North Central area worked in these occupations.

Percent of employed persons working in farming, forestry, and fishing, by area, 1997
[Chart data—TXT]

In other areas in the western part of the country, about one in 30 employed persons were in agricultural occupations. In the Pacific area, 3.5 percent had jobs in farming, forestry, and fishing, while in the Mountain area and West South Central areas, the percentages were 3.4 percent and 3.3 percent, respectively. These proportions were all well below the 5.6-percent figure for workers in West North Central States.

In the Northeastern region of the country, workers were least likely to work in farming, forestry, and fishing occupations. Only 1.7 percent of workers in New England and 1.4 percent in the Middle Atlantic were in agricultural occupations.

These data on employment are a product of the Current Population Survey. The data refer to the primary jobs of employed persons. Additional information is available from Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment, 1997 (PDF, 966K), (BLS Bulletin 2515). West North Central States include Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

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Источник: https://www.bls.gov/opub/ted/1999/Aug/wk2/art04.htm

Planned Parenthood North Central States

Challenge

For better or worse, everyone has heard of Planned Parenthood, which means any piece of communication from them is already prejudged by some. 

When Planned Parenthood North Central States (PPNCS) received a five-year grant to launch and maintain north central states Teen Pregnancy Prevention initiative, they knew this was a much bigger undertaking than developing brochures and holding informational sessions. They recognized that two crucial elements were necessary for the successful creation and rollout of the initiative: conducting research and partnering with a smart, agile agency.  

That’s when they reached out to Wheelhouse Collective for their creative approach to problem-solving and extensive experience in research, digital strategy, design and copywriting.

Solution

Wheelhouse Collective kicked things off with several meetings with the PPNCS to go over the project, talk through possibilities, get information to initiate research and create an action plan. Since PPNCS already had a lot of valuable information to offer teens, parents and other non-profits focusing on family and reproductive health, it made sense to create an online hub where all of the information could be housed in an organized and accessible fashion.

And just like that, the political climate changed and PPNCS’s grant was pulled. The money they had already received from the state was the dollar amount they had to spend, which meant scrapping the online hub and starting over. But our needs remained the same: to get valuable teen pregnancy prevention information in the hands of those who need it. We had to pivot our strategy and fast. 

Through our research, we determined that local nonprofits and public health offices wanted to offer teen pregnancy prevention guidance but didn’t have the means to create the necessary pieces needed to reach people within their communities. Armed with this new insight, we worked closely with many organizations to come up with executions that met their specific needs. 

The work, which you can view by clicking the links below, was divided into three categories:
Teen healthcare and hygiene
Local Education Training
Public Health Offices

Numerous print pieces were created, including a Teen Health Fair in a Box containing fun materials to hand out at teen health fairs, and web pages for public health offices to add to their websites.

Results

Local nonprofits and health offices were thrilled to have crucial materials on hand that were accessible to teens and their parents.


Services

research, campaign strategy, brand creation, copywriting, design, print collateral, web, digital, environmental graphics, creative consultation

Collaborators

Strategy, Creative Direction & Design: Cathy Solarana
Strategy, Creative Direction & Copywriting: Neveen Hegab
Account Planning & Research: Diane Krajeck
Digital Media Strategy & Research: Valerie Jones

Источник: https://www.wheelhousecollective.com/portfolio/planned-parenthood-north-central-states/
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