(Mentzelia decapetala) opens its blooms in the evening for nocturnal pollinators and closes up again before sunrise.
Chalk lily (Mentzelia decapetala) opens its blooms in the evening for nocturnal pollinators and closes up again before sunrise. © Laura Rose Clawson/TNC

Quarterly newsletters and the annual year-end report are mailed to contributing members with a Kansas address.

  • Year-End Report 2019

    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.

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  • Winter 2019

    Winter 2019

    Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park opens, Flint Hills bird sets record and new trustees named.

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  • Fall 2019

    Fighting toxic algae in Kansas, new trustees and Advocacy Day in Washington DC.

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  • Summer 2019

    Summer 2019

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    Prairie stewards fill the restoration gap, growing native seed at Smoky Valley Ranch and progress at Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park.

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  • Spring 2019

    Spring 2019

    Reflecting on 30 years of conservation in Kansas, new protection in the Flint Hills, Wings & Wetlands Festival and support for landowners in the Flint Hills and Red Hills.

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  • Kansas

    Year-End Report 2018

    The first conservation easement in the Red Hills and important in-holdings at Smoky Valley Ranch and Cheyenne Bottoms led the way for TNC's ambitious goal of doubling land protection in Kansas.

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