Northern Plains tribes bring back their wild ‘relatives’

When the prairie was plowed up for farming generations ago, there were things lost that we didn’t know we had. Among those was habitat for species like the Black-Footed Ferret and the Swift Fox. Today, it’s the Native American tribes of the Northern Plains that are making intentional space for the reintroduction of these long-threatened species. Get the full story from Matthew Brown with the Associated Press.

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