In Kansas, The Nature Conservancy works to ensure the state's vast native grasslands and healthy forests, streams and wetlands sustain and enrich all life. Five nature preserves are open to the public for exploring, hiking, bird watching, fishing and more.
Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve: Visitor Center, 50 miles of hiking trails, catch & release fishing, prairie bus tours
Konza Biological Research Station: 6 miles of hiking trails, guided wildflower walks, school field trips & teacher workshops
Anderson County Prairies: school tours by request
Smoky Valley Ranch & Little Jerusalem: 5 miles of hiking trails, access to Little Jerusalem coming soon
Cheyenne Bottoms: premier bird watching in the state, Kansas Wetlands Education Center, hunting at state wildlife area