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Restoring land around abandoned oil and gas wells would free up millions of acres of forests, farmlands and grasslands

By Matthew D. Moran, Professor of Biology, Hendrix College
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Abandoned US oil and gas wells and their associated land cover more than 2 million acres, a recent study estimates – an area larger than Delaware and Rhode Island combined.

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