The northern Great Plains aren’t much to look at. It’s the drab, boring part of a cross-country interstate drive between Seattle and Chicago.

No trees in sight. No water. But Sean Gerrity, founder of American Prairie Reserve, has always seen something more out here.

On a recent summer afternoon, he climbs a steep, grassy hill in the plains of northeastern Montana to show me.

 

 

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