Driftless Area

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Drift·less Area

(drĭft′ləs)
An eroded, unglaciated region of the northern Midwest including most of western Wisconsin and parts of Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota.
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They are Fox valley region, Door country region, Driftless region and Northwood regions.
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association (LSRWA) is a non-profit, grassroots organization based in Brodhead, Wisconsin, at the heart of the driftless region.
The southeast Minnesota driftless region clearly fits the description of the type of area that the Critical Areas Act was designed to protect," said LSP policy organizer Bobby King, "It is threatened by frac sand mining, a relatively new and especially destructive type of development.
Schanilec's Mayflies of the Driftless Region broadens the reach of craft (figs.
It emerged from oak savannah refuges to dominate many pastures in the Midwest's driftless region, named for its lack of glacial drift, the material left behind by retreating continental glaciers.
Annette Stenslien lives in the beautiful Driftless region of
Westby is located in the Driftless region of the upper-Midwest where glacial formations long ago carved deep river valleys and left soaring plateaus marking the landscape.