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April 22, 2011 12:00 AM

Preserving Kansas' prairie

Imagine Kansas without a prairie. Without pure running creeks or streams. Without wildlife — prairie chickens, swift foxes, ferruginous hawks, black-footed ferrets and prairie dogs. It could happen, biologists say, and already is in many parts of the state.

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