Little Jerusalem is not yet open to the public. The Nature Conservancy is working with partners on a visitation plan that would balance public enjoyment with management practices necessary for conserving this unique and fragile landscape.
Little Jerusalem Little Jerusalem is not yet open to the public. The Nature Conservancy is working with partners on a visitation plan that would balance public enjoyment with management practices necessary for conserving this unique and fragile landscape. © Bruce Hogle

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Conserving the Gems of Kansas

Kansas

Dyck Arboretum of the Plains hosts The Nature Conservancy at monthly lecture series.

In Kansas, The Nature Conservancy has permanently protected 140,000 acres, including five preserves that are open to the public, and empowered private landowners to enchance wildlife habitat and protect native plant diversity. Explore these places, from the famous Flint Hills in the east to the new Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park in the west, with director Rob Manes.

Cost is $5 per person. Please contact Dyck Arboretum of the Plains at 620-327-8127 for more information.