Savanna Morning

August 8, 2020Author: Phyllis RootPhotographer: Kelly Povo Once oak savanna, where prairie and forest meet, covered 10 per cent of Minnesota, about 5,000,000 acres.  Now, because of agriculture, grazing, and the suppression of wildfires that keep out encroaching trees, only about 30,000 acres of oak savanna remain in scattered remnants. One of those remnants, Helen Allison … Continue reading Savanna Morning