Note: This article is a sidebar to this issue's feature story.
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Popper, Deborah E. and Frank Popper, "The Great Plains: From Dust to Dust," Planning, December 1987, pp. 12-18. The original Buffalo Commons article.
Poppers, "Great Plains: Checkered Past, Hopeful Future," plus five responses to the piece, Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, Winter 1994, pp. 89-120.
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Poppers, "The Buffalo Commons: Metaphor as Method." Geographical Review, October 1999, 491-510. Excerpted in Wild Earth, Winter 1999/2000 and Bison World, April/May/June 2000.