Missouri River cottonwoods in danger
BISMARCK (AP) -- Cottonwood trees that once dominated forests along the Missouri River are in danger of disappearing, a North Dakota Forest Service official says.
Cottonwoods are declining because of dam-caused changes in river flow.
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