In May 2010, forty Chinese and American students traveled to Wisconsin and Iowa to learn about environmental stewardship, sustainable agriculture, and wildlife conservation by visiting the Ho-Chunk Nation Buffalo Ranch at Muscoda, Wisconsin, and traveling and camping near the Wisconsin, Kickapoo, and Mississippi Rivers.
These students visited the International Crane Foundation, learned about environmental stewardship at Devil's Lake State Park and the Kickapoo Reserve, sustainable agriculture at Organic Valley Coop in LaFarge, Wisconsin, removed invasive plant species on the banks of the Pecatonica River, and learned about wildlife sustainability at the National Mississippi Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque, Iowa.
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