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Rolla, North Dakota: Giant Wheat

Three 30-foot-tall iron wheat stalks celebrate the shorter non-iron stalks that put Rolla on the map.

605 Main Ave. E., Rolla, ND
East edge of town, on the north side of US-281/Main Ave. E.
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Wheat Sculpture.

Wheat Sculpture

The wheat monument is at the east entry to town on Hwy 5/281.

[Robert, 08/22/2023]

Erected in 2013 to celebrate Rolla's quasquicentennial (125th birthday). The 30-foot-high wheat monument was designed by local students, then built by welder Ross McDougall. Similar to North Dakota's other giant three-stalk wheat monument, hundreds of miles away in Williston.

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Prairie Village Museum: World's Tallest Salesman, Rugby, ND - 39 mi.

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