WWF and AirWick Team Up to Reseed 1B Square Feet of Native Grassland

WWF and AirWick Team Up to Reseed 1B Square Feet of Native Grassland

Since 2009, the United States has lost 33 million acres of grassland and wildflower habitats in the US Great Plains, which equates to half the size of Colorado. For more than seven years, grasslands in this region have been plowed-up at an average rate of four football fields per minute, prioritizing row-crop agriculture over the […]

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New WWF Report Identifies Where, How, and Why American Grasslands Are Disappearing

New WWF Report Identifies Where, How, and Why American Grasslands Are Disappearing

Approximately 2.1 million acres of intact grassland habitat in the U.S. and Canadian Great Plains were plowed under for row-crop production in 2018, according to World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) 2020 Plowprint Report. This means that from 2014-2018, tillage of grasslands across the Great Plains occurred at an average rate of four football fields every minute. […]

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