Rolling hills that look like a wrinkled green blanket of grass.
Aerial view of the Flint Hills The rolling Flint Hills extend farther than the eye can see. This image was taken in the Beaumont area, north and east of Wichita, Kansas. © Jim Richardson

Make a Difference in Kansas

The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. For more than 30 years, we’ve worked in Kansas to do just that. We've permanently protected 161,000 acres across the state, including six preserves that are open to the public.

Two birds with wings in the air jumping  from snow covered ground.
Dancing Prairie Chickens Dancing Prairie Chickens // Two male greater prairie chickens dancing in Smith County Kansas in late March after a dusting of snow. © Dale Stephens/TNC Photo Contest 2023
An adult least tern with raised wings shelters a chick on sand.
Least Tern and Chick Each summer, least terns can be observed along the Kansas River, where sandbars provide critical nesting habitat and abundant fish feed adults and chicks alike. © Harry Collins/Shutterstock


2022 Year In Review

Read about last year's conservation gains in Kansas.

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Explore The Places We Protect In Kansas

The Nature Conservancy has permanently protected 161,000 acres and 600 miles of freshwater streams in Kansas.