Plants and animals
"The majority of this area is prairie land, with native plants consisting mainly of grasses, and trees like fir, pine and spruce. Generally, the Interior Plain refers to wide open spaces that are relatively flat. Animals like wolves, deer, elk and antelope make this area home and feed on the available vegetation," (Faucheux J. (N.D.)). Some of the most grown grasses in the interior plains are Bluestem, Porcupine, and June (Faucheux J. (N.D.)). Bluestem grass grows between 3-foot and 10-foot trees, and is classified as either Big Bluestem or Little Bluestem (Faucheux J. (N.D.)). Porcupine grass grows 8-feet tall, and has a bloom at the end (Faucheux J. (N.D.)). June grass grows 2-feet high, and has flowers that are generally green, silver, or yellow (Faucheux J. (N.D.)).