Wildfire Recovery at The Niobrara Valley Preserve – Asking The Big Questions

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Wild rose is another of the plants regrowing in the burned areas.  These woody plants, perennial grasses, and sedges make up the bulk of the surviving plants.

Wild rose is another of the plants regrowing in the burned areas. These woody plants, perennial grasses, and sedges make up the bulk of the surviving plants.

The Nature Conservancy’s Niobrara Valley Preserve about four months after the 2012 wildfire. Wild rose resprouts and pine needles.

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