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Great Plains Restoration Council

Great Plains Restoration Council is a 501(c)3, multiracial, multicultural, environmental health non-profit organization building the Buffalo Commons step-by-step by bringing the wild buffalo prairies back and restoring healthy, sustainable communities to the Great Plains. From the Plains Indian reservations to the Plains inner cities to the prairie outback and beyond, GPRC organizes specifically where the areas of environment, human health and human rights, and animal protection interact in social change.
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PO Box 1206
Fort Worth , TX 76101
Contact Person: Jarid Manos
Phone: 817-335-0122
E-Mail: greatplains@gprc.org
Website: http://www.gprc.org

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The Great Plains Restoration Council is dedicated to a practical implementation of a Buffalo Commons. This is an idea first envisioned by Professors Frank and Deborah Popper to restore the great herds and ancient Plains vitality to these worn out, abandoned lands. This will allow - for the first time since settlement - a clean, sustainable and healthy economy for remaining local towns.

GPRC has begun The Million Acre Project, a national community effort to restore and protect a million connected acres as a prairie Safe Zone. The Project will rescue prairie animal nations out of the current emergency-room situation. At the same time, this national community effort will demonstrate the capacity of citizens of all colors, cultures, and communities to work together in the creation of a new millennial future in which we learn to live with and alongside the willd, abundant Earth.

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