Bison ReIntroduction Onto Great Plains to Stop Earth Fever

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WhereBisonRoam Petition
"Welcoming Back The Free Bison Herds Back Onto The Northern Great Plains of Great Turtle Island"

Whereas, over one billion hooved animals were slaughtered/destroyed/removed from the northern Great Plains (Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota) of Great Turtle Island (aka the "Western Hemisphere"), from 1855-1890, and

Whereas, these hooved animals, sacred to the Indigenous Red "American Indian" People, included the Bison, Elk, Antelope, Moose, Sheep, Goat, and Deer, served their sacred purpose and regulated the carbon input/output as well as the micro-organism response of the grasses and ecology of the northern Great Plains, and

Whereas, with the loss of so many of our hooved relatives, our sacred Grandmother Earth was wounded and developed an "Earth Fever" ("global warming") to regulate the adequate and appropriate carbon input/output, and

Whereas, in just six years, the reintroduction of Wolves into Yellowstone Park forced the Elk and Deer to stop excessive eating of Willow and other tree saplings, thus allowing the tree stands to flourish, thereby making nesting areas for songbirds, while bringing back the Beaver - and even changing the course and vitality of the Rivers. Termed ‘tropic cascade,’ we will quickly restore balance and diversity to the northern Great Plains by welcoming back the Bison, whose unique hooves affect the micro organism levels of prairie soils and grasses.
(See Video)
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q

Therefore Be It Resolved, that we shall develop various working groups committees within "WhereBisonRoam" to facilitate the following community actions with the shared goal of total Bison reintroduction, welcoming, and celebration:
1. Educational awareness and indigenous knowledge and wisdom share
2. Acquiring donated lands, purchasing lands
3. Developing and strategizing Bison corridors upon the plains
4. Securing allies from coastal and distant lands who support these efforts

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