Conserve Your Land

The Kansas Land Trust works towards preserving the natural and cultural heritage of Kansas by protecting lands of significance. Land of conservation priority include;

  • lands containing endangered, threatened or rare species
  • wetlands, floodplains and other lands necessary to protect water quality
  • prairies, woods, and other native communities
  • ecosystems of educational or scientific value
  • parcels of land located nearby or within important wildlife or natural area corridors, or that buffer already protected areas
  • and lands of agricultural, forestry, hydrological, or geological significance

If KLT’s conservation priorities are important to you, we can work together to achieve our common goals by preserving your land for the future. Contact KLT's Executive Director, Jerry Jost, for more information about placing your land in a conservation easement.