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  • Missouri Prairie Journal » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Individual Articles 2015 Volume 36 Number 3 Fall Winter 2015 Volume 36 Number 2 Summer 2015 Volume 36 Number 1 Spring 2014 Volume 35 Numbers 3 4 Fall Winter 2014 Volume 35 Number 2 Summer 2014 Volume 35 Number 1 Spring 2013 Volume 34 Numbers 3 4 Fall Winter 2013 Volume 34 Number 2 Summer 2013 Volume 34 Number 1 Spring 2012 Volume 33 Numbers 3 4 Fall Winter 2012 Volume 33 Number 2 Summer 2012 Volume 33 Number 1 Spring 2011 Volume 32 Numbers 3 4 Fall Winter 2011 Volume 32 Number 2 Summer 2011 Volume 32 Number 1 Spring 2010 Volume 31 Numbers 3 4 Fall Winter 2010 Volume 31 Number 2 Summer 2010 Volume 31 Number 1 Spring 2009 Volume 30 Number 4 Winter 2009 Volume 30 Number 3 Fall 2009 Volume 30 Number 2 Summer 2009 Volume 30 Number 1 Spring 2008 Volume 29 Number 4 Winter 2008 Volume 29 Number 3 Fall 2008 Volume 29 Number 2 Summer 2008 Volume 29 Number 1 Spring 2007 Volume 28 Number 4 Fall 2007 Volume 28 Number 3 Summer 2007 Volume 28 Number 2 Spring 2007 Volume 28 Number 1 Winter 2006 Volume 27 Number 4 Fall 2006

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/what-we-do/prairie-journal-archive/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Coyne Prairie, Dade County » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Prairie in June 2006 Coyne lies one half mile southwest of the Missouri Department of Conservation s Niawathe Prairie Natural Area 320 acres and less than two miles southeast of Stony Point Prairie Conservation Area 960 acres Photo by Frank Oberle A high number of native prairie plant species are known from Coyne and a Coyne Prairie Report of Coyne was conducted in 2012 Directions Coyne Prairie is located in

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/placemarks/coyne-prairie-dade-county/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Denison Prairie, Barton County » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    other encompassing 440 contiguous acres on the Vernon and Barton County line three miles west of Sheldon The original 240 acres at the site were acquired in 1993 and are high quality native prairie with a total of 320 recorded plant species Since that time an additional 200 acres sometimes called the Rader tracts were acquired and restoration is underway Edgar and Ruth Denison were members of MPF Mr Denison is most known in Missouri for his work with native wildflowers for the Missouri Department of Conservation The Forrest Lattner family was a major financial contributor to MPF Directions Denison Prairie is located in Barton County on Zodiac Road about 3 miles west of Sheldon From I 49 take exit 88 and turn south onto the outer road on the west side of the highway Drive 1 mile south until the road turns west and becomes Zodiac Road then continue west for 2 5 miles The prairie is on the south side of the road Park on the side of the gravel road although there are several dirt entrances parking in these areas is discouraged due to soil erosion To visit the reconstruction area on the east side of the

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/placemarks/denison-prairie-barton-county/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Gayfeather Prairie, Vernon County » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    in 1984 The name is derived from the showy prairie flowers of the genus Liatris A total of 305 plant species have been recorded from the site Gay Feather Prairie is cooperatively managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation and MPF Directions Gayfeather Prairie is located in Vernon County on Union Track Road about 7 miles east of Milo From I 49 take exit 95 east on Highway E Drive

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/placemarks/gay-feather-prairie-vernon-county/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Golden Prairie, Barton County » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    and was declared a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service in May 1975 A total of 310 acres were added in 2002 and are being restored In addition 480 acres to the west of the original Golden Prairie is cooperatively managed by the neighboring private landowner In effect 1 100 acres are now managed as a unit A total of 345 plant species have been recorded at Golden Prairie and greater prairie chickens have been photographed extensively on the site Read our 2014 Golden Prairie Floristic Integrity Report here Directions Golden Prairie is located in Barton County on SE 90th Road about 2 miles south of Golden City Traveling north on I 49 take exit 66 turn east onto State Highway K and drive about 8 5 miles Turn left onto SE 90th Lane drive 2 miles north turn left onto SE 90th Road then drive about 1 2 mile west Traveling south on I 49 take exit 70 turn east onto Missouri 126 and drive about 6 miles Turn right onto State Highway T drive 2 miles south turn left onto SE 90th Road then drive about 2 1 2 miles east The prairie is on the

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/placemarks/golden-prairie-barton-county/ (2016-02-10)
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  • La Petite Gemme, Polk County » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Bolivar The entire site has been declared a state Natural Area by the Missouri Department of Conservation A total of 321 plant species occur here The site was saved by MPF in 1974 and has slowly been surrounded by development It is cooperatively managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation and MPF Directions La Petite Gemme Prairie is located in Polk County on Evans Road about 2 miles south of

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/placemarks/la-petite-gemme-polk-county/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Lattner Prairie, Vernon County » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    County Posted August 15 2012 at 8 08 pm Loading map The Denison and Lattner Prairies are adjacent to each other encompassing 440 contiguous acres on the Vernon and Barton County line three miles west of Sheldon The original 240 acres at the site were acquired in 1993 and are high quality native prairie with a total of 320 recorded plant species Since that time an additional 200 acres sometimes called the Rader tracts were acquired and restoration is underway Edgar and Ruth Denison were members of MPF Mr Denison is most known in Missouri for his work with native wildflowers for the Missouri Department of Conservation The Forrest Lattner family was a major financial contributor to MPF Directions Lattner Prairie is located in Vernon County on Zodiac Road about 3 miles west of Sheldon From I 49 take exit 88 and turn south on the outer road on the west side of the highway Drive 1 mile south till the road turns west and becomes Zodiac Road then continue west for 3 miles The prairie is on the north side of the road Park on the side of the gravel road although there are several dirt entrances parking in

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/placemarks/lattner-prairie-vernon-county/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Penn-Sylvania Prairie, Dade County » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Dade County Posted August 15 2012 at 8 12 pm Loading map This 160 acre site was saved by MPF in 1971 and lies approximately one mile southwest of the Missouri Department of Conservation s Niawathe Prairie Natural Area 320 acres and less than two miles southeast of Stony Point Prairie Conservation Area 960 acres Heavily invaded by brush when purchased MPF s prairie operations manager has restored this original prairie to its open splendor A total of 288 plant species have been recorded from Penn Sylvannia which is named for historical towns in the area Check out our 2015 Floristic Integrity Assessment Report which documents the rich diversity found at this prairie 35 different species were found in one quarter meter plot In June 2006 MPF purchased 80 acres to the north of Penn Sylvannia called Coyne Prairie MPF helps manage the 80 acres of original prairie between Coyne and Penn Sylvannia which is owned by a private individual Directions Penn Sylvania Prairie is located in Dade County on CR 199 about 17 miles east of Lamar Drive 2 miles west of Highway 97 on Highway E then south on CR 199 for 0 5 miles Parking is available

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/placemarks/penn-sylvannia-prairie-dade-county/ (2016-02-10)
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