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Emily Dickinson Offers Advice on Prairie Restoration in “To Make A Prairie”

Yes, that Emily Dickinson. As it turns out, Emily Dickinson, the American poet (1830-1886) addressed the subject of making a prairie more than 130 years ago.   In a short, and wonderfully futuristic poem that anticipated the practice of ecological restoration, … Continue reading

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