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- 112 pages
- Perfect bound
- FSC certified, non-gloss paper
- Full color
- Printed in Missouri
Ears to the Ground by Emily Wortman-Wunder
Ranchers and government agents. Prairie dogs and the ferrets that eat them. An unlikely team of rivals is making stewardship work on the plains.
Gone with the Wind by Bryce McElhaney
After decades of stresses, can the lesser prairie-chicken survive Oklahoma’s new wind farms?
The Shifting Complexion of McDonald County by Rose Hansen
When a small town changes so dramatically, how do neighbors get along?
Too Sick to Go Home, Too Poor to Get Better by Krista Langlois
We Can Surely No Longer Pretend by Katie Young Foster
Three poems by Jordan Durham
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