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Wounded Marine veteran gets a chance at bison harvest on Montana’s American Prairie Reserve

A love of hunting is what propelled the 39-year-old to the remote prairie of Eastern Montana on a gray January day. Wounded Warriors Outdoors had arranged for Meyer to participate in a donated bison harvest on land owned by American Prairie Reserve. The nonprofit conservation organization has a goal of preserving the unique badlands ecosystem.

Mending Fences – Land Acess in the WEst is a Story Fenced in and Framed by Conflict. But Montana is Finding Opportunities That Lie On Common Ground

“Who Gets to Own the West?

Impossible Foods CEO says the meat industry will be obsolete in 15 years — ‘That’s our mission’

“This is why I think people are increasingly aware plant-based products are going to completely replace the animal-based products in the food world within the next 15 years. That’s our mission. That transformation is inevitable,”

Ronald Reagan – The Importance of Stories

Telling a story, he made me understand, helps make your case in a way that no abstraction can: A story builds an emotional bond, and emotional bonds build trust.

Tell Us Something December 2020 newsletter – What 80 Innovation Leaders Say About The Power Of Storytelling

A big part of the pandemic has been the feeling of isolation that many of us feel as we are staying home to stay safe. Sharing our stories can help with feelings of depression and anxiety. And it can help connect us with each other and ourselves. Sharing stories is essential to human nature.

Commercial ag optimistic about Gianforte administration

John Youngberg has a pretty short list of what he hopes the Department of Agriculture will focus on during Gov.-elect Greg Gianforte’s tenure: more support of large, commercial scale agriculture and less emphasis on crops sold locally on a folding table.

America’s answer to the Serengeti is spreading in Montana – The American Prairie Reserve is amazing.

Nowhere else in America, however, could host a prairie wildlife reserve of this scale.

Storing carbon in the prairie grass – Plans would pay landowners to keep the ecosystem in a natural state to fight climate change.

A pristine prairie can also be home to hundreds of types of plants. Poets and explorers wrote about the spectacular view above ground, but the real magic is what happens below the surface.

American Prairie Reserve Donates over 4,000 pounds of Bison Meat to the Montana Food Bank to fight hunger amidst COVID-19

“As a Montana organization, it’s important to us that we help fellow Montanans in need,” said Alison Fox, CEO of American Prairie Reserve.

Montana’s American Prairie Reserve Wildlife Restoration Manager and National Geographic Fellow Daniel Kinka Discusses Protecting the Places That Sustain Life on Earth

Interested in becoming a National Geographic Explorer? Apply for a grant. Learn more about our Last Wild Places initiative and our work in protected areas here.