In NW Minn., cows help manage the refuge
MENTOR - A herd of cattle will help improve the habitat for wildlife by grazing on a northwestern Minnesota refuge.
Glacial Ridge National Refuge is the largest prairie restoration project in the country. Experts say it's also the largest research project using livestock to manage the prairie.
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