ST. PAUL — Those of you who have been in North Dakota for a long time see it on every drive: Disappearing grasslands. Drained wetlands. Contaminated waterways. Duckless skies. Fields without pheasants and songbirds. Fewer monarchs and honeybees pollinating our crops. With nearly 2 million acres of lands converted from wildlife habitat to production, the North Dakota we all know and love is changing before our eyes. The question is, what are we going to do about it?