America's Northern Great Plains—home to iconic species such as bison, pronghorn and sage grouse—is part of our national consciousness and cultural heritage. Over the span of just a few decades in the late 1800s, nature's abundance in this rugged land all but vanished. Today, WWF is working to restore a living prairie legacy in the heart of the North American continent to make the Plains great again.
Martha Kauffman, Managing Director of WWF’s Northern Great Plains program, discusses WWF's efforts—in partnership with Native American tribes, local ranchers and public land managers—to restore and enhance wildlife in ways that benefit the people and honor the cultures of the region.
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