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God’s Country

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From Oklahoma’s highest elevation of 4,973 feet at Black Mesa State Park to the Kiowa and Rita Blanca National Grasslands, Oklahoma’s panhandle is beautiful and vast.

Sandwiched between these Rocky Mountain foothills and a federally protected Great Plains region, where herds of pronghorn antelope roam, is a ranch my mother once called home. She and her parents survived one of the nation’s worst natural disasters, the horrific Dust Bowl, on this ranch where tons of out-of-place soft sand are still present.

Within these high plains live resilient Oklahomans who call this region of our state “God’s Country.”

Brenda Jones Barwick, APR, Jones PR

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