Save the Cowboy, Part Two


March 13, 2019

The second action that makes American Prairie Reserve (APR) not popular among local communities is their current land acquisition and their future plans to amass 3.5 million acres in order to create the largest park in the Northern Great Plains. This is 26.6% of the total 13,143,680 acres of the 5-county region where the APR plans to operate. What does this mean for the people who already live in this region, within the bounds of this planned park?

The APR currently owns 400,000 acres of private land. According to their website, this land supports 8 families and returns $1.9M to the local...

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