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Kelly Madigan looks out across the Loess Hills that rest in her backyard in Monona County. She's part of a movement of people who want to re-wild the natural habitat that Iowa has lost.
Kendall Crawford
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Iowa is one of the most biologically altered states in the nation — with nearly all of its natural habitat razed. Some people are looking at how they can resurrect the natural land and the wildlife it has lost.
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