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grassland

see grazing (2), pasture.
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The Luzon shrew is known to populate the grassland summit.
As of yesterday, hikers were allowed only at Peaks 2 to 4, Tower and Grassland through the Babadak trail or Ambangeg route.
Forest Service (USFS) has signed a new ten-year agreement for the Dakota Prairie Grasslands Demonstration Project.
9% of its grassland prairies that once dominated the landscape.
The competition, run in conjunction with the RWAS and sponsored by Wynnstay, is open to all members of the 20 Welsh grassland societies.
Grassland management was chosen as the subject for this year's award and, given its importance to Welsh agriculture, there was no shortage of candidates.
This is a wonderful resource for teaching and learning about grassland conservation.
The trust is using the money to help manage the special grassland habits of the Whin Sill and the shingle banks of the River Tyne.
I SAY, I say, I say, did you hear the one about the comic and the grassland.
Surrounding Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota are about one million acres of grassland managed by the U.
The study found natural-unfertilized-grasslands with a variety of grass species have more stability because of species "asynchrony," which means that different species thrive at different times so that the grassland produces more consistently over time.
Tallgrass prairie, that once covered a vast portion of the Midwestern United States (Midwest), has been reduced to less than 4% of its original area (Samson and Knopf, 1994), and populations of grassland birds are declining, in part, due to this habitat loss (Butcher et al.