Kansas Land Trust Notes

December 19, 2015

Just Preserved! 


This past week the Kansas Land Trust preserved an additional 1,760 acres of tallgrass prairie in Riley County. A big thanks to Darcy and Sheryl Kunze for sticking with us the past three years to conserve these prairie landscapes forever. In addition, riparian areas are protected along Fancy Creek which flows into Tuttle Creek Lake. Thanks to our partners with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and USDA Farm and Ranchland Protection Program to help conserve ranching opportunities, wildlife habitat, and water quality.


A shout-out to Natalie Aaron Wolfe for her terrific volunteer work to help launch KLT into 2016!

 

 


Together with your support, KLT sets an ambitious conservation goal for the coming year. Please make an investment for all future generations!


The Kansas Land Trust now holds 63 conservation easements preserving 29,789 acres.Thanks for your ongoing support of our work preserving some of the best places in Kansas!

Jerry Jost
Executive Director
Kansas Land Trust