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Meadowlark Initiative - Science and Education

A goal of the Meadowlark Initiative is to support research on grassland health as it relates to fish and wildlife populations and profitable working grasslands.

The initiative also seeks to provide the public with the information derived from such studies.

Information on some ongoing research projects and resources can be found below.

Grazing and Grassland Birds Study

Researchers and ranchers are learning how cattle and birds coexist

Pollinator Study

A first of its kind statewide pollinator project

Long-billed Curlew Study

A study of the largest shorebird nesting in North Dakota

KFYR-TV News Spot - Carboin Dioxide Uptake Grassland Tour

Natural carbon dioxide uptake grassland tour takes place in McKenzie

More Science and Education Resources


USDA-NRCS ND Game and Fish Dept. US Fish and Wildlife Service ND Natural Resources Trust Audubon Dakota The Nature Conservancy Ducks Unlimited Pheasants Forever The Mule Deer Foundation Delta Waterfowl ND Grazing Lands Coalition Northern Great Plains Joint Venture Ecological Insights • World Wildlife Fund • Millborn Seeds Xerces SocietyNorth American Grouse Partnership

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