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POP Trail - Stop 4

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With their immensely deep root system, prairie grasses pull carbon out of the air and store it below ground, feeding microorganisms in the soil. As the roots of prairie grasses continue to grow, the microorganisms breakdown and produce extremely rich soil. The prairie restoration reduces our carbon footprint, while increasing biodiversity and contributing to a resurgence of pollinators, birds, and other wildlife.

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