Bison a source of pride for local rancher
Posted: Mar 31, 2019 9:06 AM CDT
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KENOSHA COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- It's been nearly three years since the National Bison Legacy Act was signed into law, making the American Bison the National Mammal of the United States.
North America's largest land animal, hunted to near extinction a century ago, is now a symbol of unity, resilience, and healthy communities.
CBS 58's Brendan Cullerton takes us to the home of 88-year-old Korean War veteran Ron Lester in western Kenosha County where bison and American pride go hand in hand.