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Manitoba’s Tall Grass Prairie Natural Area (TGPNA) represents one of the largest and last remaining tall-grass prairie landscapes in North America. The TGPNA forms the northern end of an international conservation corridor comprised of protected and managed prairies, wetlands, forests and streams.

The TGPNA is a 445,628-hectare (1,101,173-acre) landscape that covers portions of seven Rural Municipalities, abutting the international border in southeastern Manitoba. The local community takes pride in the area, and their actions contribute to its conservation. The local economy benefits through sustainable grazing and haying of natural lands, employment in the conservation sector, and by hosting an increasing number of ecotourists and researchers.