Kansas Land Trust Notes

Another Preserved Landscape

The Kansas Land Trust just preserved an additional 3,862 acres of Flint Hills tallgrass prairie. Thanks to our partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and USDA Farm and Ranchland Protection Program for their support over the past three years to conserve these landscapes and future ranching opportunities in Chase County.

Nature Notes

Autumn colors now dominate the horizons. The golden yellow of cottonwoods contrast the red hues of the prairie.


The Kansas Land Trust now holds 60 conservation easements preserving over 28,000 acres.Thanks for your ongoing support of our work preserving some of the best places in Kansas!
Jerry Jost
Executive Director
Kansas Land Trust