Use native plants to bring a little bit of prairie splendor to your home. Learn how to design a prairie garden here.
There are dozens of wonderful prairies you can visit!
Some organizations use volunteers to conduct prairie restoration or collect seeds.
Lead a Prairie Activity with a school or scout group, such as holding a play about prairies [contact email@example.com for suggestions]
Encourage Community Arts that celebrate prairies - like creating a Prairie Palette or holding a Moving for Monarchs dance activity
In this educational online game, you can choose native insects, mammals, reptiles, birds and plants to "build" a prairie of your choice.
Some prairie organizations host BioBlitz efforts
There are several groups that specialize in prairie information and restoration. Some examples:
Missouri Prairie Foundation https://www.moprairie.org/
Native Prairies Association of Texas http://texasprairie.org/
Ohio Prairie Association http://www.ohioprairie.org/
The Prairie Enthusiasts (Wisconsin): http://www.theprairieenthusiasts.org/
Learn about prairie chickens and experience Booming Prairie Chickens in the late winter/early spring.
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