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Macken Park, North Kansas City, MO
April 14, 2018
In anticipation of Earth Day, we're joining the March for Science on April 14—a mobilization of people committed to standing up for science and its power to change our world for the better. We'd be honored if you'd stand with us as we stand for science at the ... Learn more
Colby Community Building
April 24, 2018
The Nature Conservancy's Matt Bain will be at the 2018 Kid's Conservation Round up to teach 4th graders about grassland conservation in western Kansas and our state animal - bison. The event is hosted by the Western Prairie Resource Conservatiin & Development Cou... Learn more
Anderson County Prairies Preserve
May 03, 2018 - May 05, 2018
Description Join KU doctoral student, Theo Michaels, to learn about and implement tallgrass prairie restoration research at Anderson County Prairies Preserve. Theo’s research addresses ... Learn more
Conservancy-protected lands statewide.
May 12, 2018
The goal: count as many species of birds, in one day, on lands & waters protected by The Nature Conservancy as possible. You don't have to be an expert to help but we do need some more skilled birders up to the challenge. Last year, Kansas placed in the top 3 ... Learn more
May 05, 2018
Join Friends of the Kaw and The Nature Conservancy for a litter pickup along the Kansas River in Topeka on Saturday, May 5th. We will provide gloves, trash & recycling bags, water and snacks - BYOWB (bring your own water bottle)! The Topeka weir boat ramp - ... Learn more
Rock Springs 4-H Center
South of Junction City
April 21, 2018 - April 22, 2018
Cut down a tree?! Did we get your attention? Trees do so much for us - making life healthier and better in many ways. But sometimes, the wrong tree in the wrong place can be problematic. The native prairies that once covered most... Learn more