In the Great Plains, bison may help lessen the impact of climate change
A three-decade study found bison grazing on native prairie transformed the ecosystem. Wildflowers and a variety of grasses thrived and supported pollinators.
Researchers say the diversity carries implications for resilience against global warming.
Celia Llopis-Jepsen of Kansas News Service reports.
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