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North Dakota Species of Conservation Priority
For those of you interested in ND conservation, please view the June 2014 issue of North Dakota Outdoors, where the conservation priorities of the State Wildlife Action plan are laid out for the next 10 years.  It identifies species, why it's threatened, and offers a justification for the prioritization.  READ ISSUE

Bobolink



A Storm Gathers for North American Birds
Western North Dakota is famous for its birds. The land here is checkered with neat squares of farm fields and native prairie overlying a scatter of pothole lakes, their curving shorelines shaped tens of thousands of years ago by chunks of melting glaciers.  READ MORE

Theodore Roosevelt National Park



North Dakota Reacts to Drilling Critics
North Dakotans have strongly backed oil drilling in their state, but attempts to drill wells near historic sites-including a ranch once used by Teddy Roosevelt-have sparked enough of an outcry that regulators are considering greater citizen input into how and where companies may operate.  READ MORE


Children fetching water


To Clean Drinking Water, All You Need Is A Stick
Removing all the dangerous bacteria from drinking water would have enormous health benefits for people around the world. The technologies exist for doing that, but there's a problem: cost. Now a scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology thinks he's on to a much less expensive way to clean up water. READ MORE

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