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Cattle Tales Jun 2
Cattle are an important part of healthy prairies and ecosystems. Prairies and native grasses don't produce food crops. Cattle however can graze it, provide benefits to the soil and prairies, all while efficiently converting the grasses to protein.
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nancy j wagner 3 Jun 17
Great egret taking off from the w/a tallgrass prairie in the background. Just in time for
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Jill Nugent 3 Jun 17
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Silver Age Television 📺 3 Jun 17
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Margo Farnsworth 4 Jun 16
Downey gentian means this prairie has never been touched by a plow
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Nick Barber 3 Jun 17
Happy ! Shooting stars at a few weeks ago.
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Cattle Tales 2 Jun 18
Superpower Saturday vibes 😎 Cattle are the best upcyclers
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Erik Runquist 3 Jun 17
Happy ! Only 1% of this amazing ecosystem is left, so , explore it, discover something new, and help save it!
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Nachusa Grasslands 4 Jun 16
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Oxford Classics 3 Jun 17
"We come and go, but the land is always here. And the people who love it and understand it are the people who own it."
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Jonathan Bauer 3 Jun 17
Some photos from last year's field work to celebrate ! 😀
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Kelsey Fleming Jun 1
It’s ! What’s your favorite prairie? One of mine is this at !
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Cindy Crosby 4 Jun 16
Happy ! Discover the magic.
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Jonathan Bauer 3 Jun 17
Happy ! Photo from one of my favorite places - the Kankakee Sands prairie restorations
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Erik Runquist Jun 1
Today is . I simultaneously celebrate its rich diversity and massive ecological importance and mourn the loss of this once vast biome. Only slivers remain and many species are now endangered. Sound on to hear bobolinks singing.
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KCMO Parks and Rec 3 Jun 17
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Minnesota Zoo 3 Jun 17
Happy ! Our prairies are rich grasslands, home to many iconic animals and plants that help reduce erosion.
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Hobo Nickel Society 2 Jun 18
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John Jones Jun 1
Pondering . I’ve worked mostly with the soil formed from the fortuitous glacial and tall grass prairie influence. One of the greatest resources on this planet. We need to manage it for the long haul.
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Jose Montalva Jun 1
Today is happy to be studying the pollinators here at Southern Oklahoma.
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