60 years after pioneering survey, Wisconsin prairies are changing rapidly

It was shortly after the end of World War II when John Curtis, inspired by his service as a civilian researcher aiding war efforts in Haiti, dedicated his energies to studying the ecology of Wisconsin’s plants. The late botany professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was particularly enamored of prairies.

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