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Prairie Reconstruction Guidebook for North Dakota (R1840)

This guidebook will focus on prairie reconstruction defined as the planing of a native seed mixture composed of multiple prairie species in an area where the land has been cultivated or anthropogenically disturbed. Reconstructing prairies on form cultivated ares provides opportunities to create sustainable and resilient grassland cover.

Cami Dixon, Biologist, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Paula Comeau, School of Natural Resource Sciences, NDSU; Kristine Askerooth, Biologist, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; Jack Norland, School of Natural Resources Sciences, NDSU; Kevin Sedivec, Rangeland Management Sprcialist, NDSU

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