Trippin': Preserve protects disappear...

Trippin': Preserve protects disappearing tallgrass prairie

There are 1 comment on the Fort Collins Coloradoan story from Dec 30, 2012, titled Trippin': Preserve protects disappearing tallgrass prairie. In it, Fort Collins Coloradoan reports that:

In Colorado, we are lucky to have five different life zones called biomes -- from the open grasslands of the prairie to the thick montane forests to the alpine biome above 11,000 feet.

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“Why is this so difficult?”

Since: Dec 09

timbuktu

#1 Jan 19, 2013
I realize that the CVB can't really make an out-of-state newspaper publish anything, but I hope this is the result of efforts they are making to make other states aware of our unique places. If it isn't, then I wonder what they are spending our tax dollars on. Again, I hope it does. I would like to have seen mention of the Dirty Kanza and the disc gold tournament to appeal to sportsmen as well as ecologists, but anything is better than nothing.

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