Grasslands and Biodiversity The natural prairie grasslands are very diverse habitats where many species of plants and flowers live together. Their fertile soils are in great demand and are used for agriculture – in many cases nature is damaged, and only uniform fields of specific crops such as wheat or corn are left in the area. The resulting monocultures are much less stable and healthy ecosystems than the orignal, diverse prairies, often requiring inputs of chemicals to survive.
TASK-What makes your family work together successfully? What is the role of each of you at home? You are invited to answer the questions together and take a family photo at the Florence cuttout sign below.