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The Nature Conservancy is the largest conservation organization in the state of Kansas. Since 1989, the Conservancy has protected over 95,000 acres of land across the state including tallgrass prairies, wetlands, mixed-grass prairies and short-grass prairies.
The Nature Conservancy in Kansas wrapped up a great 2013 and we'd like to share our success with you. Please click here for our annual year-end update.
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Smoky Valley Ranch is a nearly 17,000 acre short and mixed grass prairie in western Kansas.
Cheyenne Bottoms is a migration rest stop for thousands of shorebirds.
The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is a stellar example of prairie conservation.
Watch the Weekend Window segment about the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve that aired on Good Morning America.
Learn about this important wetland located in the Central Flyway.
Watch a video about the Conservancy's work in Kansas. Narrated by renown journalist Bill Kurtis.