The Next Yellowstone

In the Great Plains of Montana, an ex-Silicon valley entrepreneur is slowly stitching together the next Yellowstone—a massive, privately-funded wildlife reserve the size of Connecticut. With the help of some billionaires and millionaires, his organization, American Prairie Reserve, is purchasing ranches, kicking out the cattle and opening up the land to wild bison, wolves and grizzly bears. APR's plan to rewild this corner of the Great Plains is being applauded and lambasted. And it’s prompting a question—are rich people better equipped than the federal government to protect America’s disappearing wildlands?