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Closeup of white flower buds on a prickly-leaved plant with a desert sunset in the background.
Chalk lily Chalk lilies (Mentzelia decapetala) open their blooms in the evening for crepuscular (active at twilight) 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.

  • 2021

    2021 Year In Review

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    Fighting for a lesser prairie-chicken stronghold, legislation to help businesses and farmers finance clean & efficient energy, moving beyond simple protection in the Flint Hills and a campaign for Generations.

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  • Winter 2021

    Winter 2021

    Announcing a campaign for generations. Learn how your support will repair Kansas' streams, double land protection, establish conservation stewardship on 200,000 acres, and encourage energy-efficiency legislation that boosts the economy.

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  • Fall 2021

    Fall 2021

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    Introducing Terrace Lane Farm, Q&A with associate director of policy & philanthropy Kelly Blandford, and Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve puts on a flowery show.

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  • Summer 2021

    Summer 2021

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    Saving water & wildlife in Rattlesnake Creek, protecting a heritage stream in the Red Hills, and new trustee Dr. Debra Bolton.

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  • Spring 2021

    Spring 2021

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    Kansas River joins Sustainable Rivers program, Q&A About Pollinators with Shelly Wiggam and lesser prairie-chickens take centerstage with an animal camera livestreaming from Smoky Valley Ranch.

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  • 2020

    2020 Year in Review

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    In a year of new beginnings, overhauling how, when and where each of us lives, works and plays, The Nature Conservancy continued working to make our vision of a world where people and nature thrive a reality all across the Sunflower State.

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