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  • Contact Northern Prairies Land Trust
    at Main Office Northern Prairies Land Trust 200 East 10th Street Suite 202 Sioux Falls South Dakota 57104 605 339 3184 info northernprairies org Watertown SD Area Northern Prairies Land Trust 800 10th St NW Ste 2 Watertown SD 57201 605 882 5250 jimmadsen iw net North Central Nebraska Nebraska Game and Parks Commission 524 Panzer St POB 508 Bassett NE 68714 402 684 2921 amy buckendahl nebraska gov SE

    Original URL path: http://www.northernprairies.org/contact.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Northern Prairies Land Trust - Land and Resource Preservation
    1 Eastern Bluebird Blue winged Teal Cooper s Hawk Brown Thrasher Red headed Woodpecker Row 2 Green Heron Northern Cardinal Belted Kingfisher Northern Shoveler Row 3 Wood Duck Indigo Bunting Ring necked Pheasant Row 4 Barn Swallow juvenile Dickcissel Western Kingbird Greater Yellowlegs Row 5 Pied billed Grebe Great Horned Owl Bald Eagle Great Blue Heron Row 6 Cedar Waxwing Western Meadowlark Osprey Eastern Phoebe Black headed Grosbeak Middle of

    Original URL path: http://www.northernprairies.org/poster.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Northern Prairies Land Trust
    New Hampshire combined South Dakota has nearly 77 000 square miles of land and water but only 5 6 of that is public land Nebraska also has nearly 77 000 square miles and only 1 5 of that is public land When we think of the water resources of Nebraska and South Dakota it is the Missouri River that comes to mind This river drains the largest river basin in the United States The Missouri River s many prairie river tributaries such as the Platte Cedar and Niobrara in Nebraska and the Cheyenne Bad James and Big Sioux in South Dakota are home to a rich ecosystem and provide shelter to a vast array of native and migratory wildlife With the exception of the land around the Missouri River reservoirs these water resources are nearly all on private lands We at Northern Prairies are committed to protecting the great open space and agricultural legacy of our region and believe that the desire of private owners to protect the conservation values on their land is a proper foundation from which to pursue our goal Since word first got out that we had organized expressions of interest from landowners and potential volunteers

    Original URL path: http://www.northernprairies.org/johnltr.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Northern Prairies Land Trust
    in proportion to the shrinkage of the computer chip the CD the cell phone space becomes redefined Ranchettes seem expansive to urbanites with the greatest economic power And great expanses unused in the modern sense of utility seem a waste They must be subdivided and diversified to meet the shrinking sense of openness Irony abounds As our core economy shifts from the production of large durable goods to the mass distribution of tiny units of convenience internet service minutes of cell phone usage cans of Diet Coke cups of Starbuck coffee to be marketable even durable goods must partake of these new necessities novelty gains a more influential seat at the table One of the current novelties is the false sense of place Everyone who can afford it now needs a place not where we are but where we are not If we make money in New York we need our PLACE at a ranchette in Montana If you could see what is happening in the Gallatin Valley around Bozeman it would break your heart A growing problem is that too many have bought into the mutant sense of place So where do we find the old sense of openness

    Original URL path: http://www.northernprairies.org/steveltr.htm (2016-02-10)
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