Year - 2009
Scale - 1" to the Mile
Topo Lines - No
Fort Pierre National Grasslands's 116,000 acres lie on the
plain above the Missouri River. Their form is often flat
land abutting private cropland rolling to hills carbed by
intermittent creeks. This common topography in central
South Dakota and farther east, where the landscape is
gentle, and the country seems to end far out on the horizon.
However, the facter that sets this area apart is that it still
wears its cover of essential pairie vegetation - grass.