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According to a new report compiled by the World Wildlife Fund, the continued expansion of cropland in North America may be threatening birds, pollinators, and even drinking water. The report, which was compiled using data from the U.S. and Canadian governments, suggests that more than 53 million acres of land in the Great Plains have been converted to cropland since 2009. (Washington Post)

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