Inventory and Monitoring at Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

Historic Native American structure blanketed in snow
Historic structures in a blanket of snow at Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

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Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site was created to preserve the historic and archeological remnants of the cultural and agricultural lifestyles of the Plains Indians. It lies in central North Dakota adjacent to the free-flowing reach of the Missouri River and encompasses the lower reach of the Knife River.

The park is comprised of native mixed-grass prairie, exotic grasslands, and riparian vegetation communities. A wide variety of wildlife inhabit the park including white-tailed deer, coyotes, beavers, badgers, numerous birds and butterflies, and at least 26 species of mollusks.

We monitor landbirds, plant communities, water quality, and weather and climate at this park.

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Reports and Publications

Read more about our work at this park in the resource briefs (short summaries), protocols (monitoring procedures), monitoring reports (detailed results), or inventories (assessments and lists of natural resources) below.

Resource Briefs

Source: Data Store Saved Search 2350. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Protocols

Source: Data Store Saved Search 2351. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Monitoring Reports

Source: Data Store Saved Search 2352. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Inventories

Source: Data Store Saved Search 3381. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.


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    Last updated: August 19, 2018