prairie grass


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Noun1.prairie grass - handsome hardy North American grass with foliage turning pale bronze in autumnprairie grass - handsome hardy North American grass with foliage turning pale bronze in autumn
broom grass - any of several grasses of the genus Andropogon; used in broom making
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RNG production will double under Horizon Two with the addition of prairie grass biomass to supplement the hog manure feedstock.
com)-- Chef/Owners Sarah Stegner and George Bumbaris of Prairie Grass Cafe (601 Skokie Blvd.
As I keep saying, bowhunting in short prairie grass is a mental game --keeping your composure and knowing when to draw is critical to success.
Sophia Heymans makes large-scale landscapes, layering oil paint over a surface of embedded natural and found materials including moss, string, paper mache and prairie grass seeds.
The 260,000-square-foot building rests on four massive stone "roots" covered with tall prairie grass and is topped by a glowing "Tower of Hope," rising 300 feet above the city.
Finally, at about 3:30, he spotted the giant buck bedded along the creek in some high prairie grass on the edge of the cut bean field.
The dazzling colors of the strutting torn rival any kaleidoscope as he moves through the green prairie grass and blue sage.
The facility is surrounded by several prairie grass restoration fields, which attract additional wildlife.
The place was 80 acres of domestic sunflowers next to 240 acres of an under-grazed cattle pasture covered by wild prairie grass.
The prairie grass theme carries along the entire West Light Rail line and then ties into the parkade at the terminus.
Since then, his innovative and strategic research has led to the development of switchgrass, a previously obscure prairie grass, as a bioenergy crop.
According to Bamberger, who testified at a Legislature hearing about Prop 8, for every square yard of prairie grass, there are nine miles of roots that bring water into the earth without pesticides or other chemicals that cities have to remove for drinking water.