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A trip to Wilson Springs Preserve, one of Fayetteville's last prairies

NWA Land Trust director of land stewardship and research Marson Nance at Wilson Springs Preserve.
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NWA Land Trust director of land stewardship and research Marson Nance at Wilson Springs Preserve.

Earlier this week, we heard from Ozarks at Large reporter Jack Travis about the Northwest Arkansas Land Trust’s effort to protect 10,000 acres of land in the region. Jack visited Wilson Springs Preserve with Marson Nance, the land trust’s director of stewardship and research, to learn more about the landscape and why its preservation is vital for maintaining Northwest Arkansas’ original scenery.

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Jack Travis is a reporter for <i>Ozarks at Large</i>.<br/>
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