Over the past three years the Kansas Land Trust has built a partnership with theNational Fish and Wildlife Foundation, USDA Farm and Ranchland Protection Program, and several landowners to conserve tallgrass prairie and ranching opportunities in the Flint Hills. KLT is looking forward within the next couple of months to preserving over 6,200 acres of prairie in Chase, Riley, and Washington counties. With your ongoing support, these landscape views will be preserved forever.
The Kansas Land Trust wishes to thank Valerie Wright for her service on the KLT board. An environmental educator and naturalist with a rich experience working at the Konza Prairie Biological Station, Valerie provided valuable insight into advancing our shared mission.
Congratulations to Imagination & Place who received the Phoenix Award on Sunday, November 1, 2015, 2 pm, at the Lawrence Arts Center! I&P began as a collaboration between the Lawrence Arts Center and the Kansas Land Trust. I&P later became an independent not-for-profit organization and launched the I&P Press.