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Flint Hills ranches get a conservation boost, Jeff Kennedy and John Mize join board of trustees, Smoky Valley Ranch made whole and bridging academics and real-world conservation.
State director Rob Manes remembers trustees Sid McKnight and John Strickler after their passing; Veterans Next Mission: Sustainable Agriculture.
Road repairs for wetland restoration, monitoring visitor use at Little Jerusalem and lesser prairie-chicken viewing opportunities.
The Nature Conservancy celebrates 30-year anniversary in Kansas with the opening of Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park, innovative soil health practices and Blue River headwaters protection.
Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park opens, Flint Hills bird sets record and new trustees named.