Bison graze in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, in western North Dakota. Grasslands 175 years ago used to stretch from Canada into Mexico and extend from the Rocky Mountains to the Mississippi River. A conference sponsored by The Nature Conservancy will take place in Kansas City this week in which experts from nine states and Argentina will discuss how to conserve grassland and freshwater ecosystems.
Bison graze in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, in western North Dakota. Grasslands 175 years ago used to stretch from Canada into Mexico and extend from the Rocky Mountains to the Mississippi River. A conference sponsored by The Nature Conservancy will take place in Kansas City this week in which experts from nine states and Argentina will discuss how to conserve grassland and freshwater ecosystems. Dan Koeck The New York Times
Bison graze in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, in western North Dakota. Grasslands 175 years ago used to stretch from Canada into Mexico and extend from the Rocky Mountains to the Mississippi River. A conference sponsored by The Nature Conservancy will take place in Kansas City this week in which experts from nine states and Argentina will discuss how to conserve grassland and freshwater ecosystems. Dan Koeck The New York Times

U.S. grasslands will receive needed attention at Kansas City meeting

September 21, 2016 3:00 PM

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