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"Nobody realizes that the [Flint Hills] are the only ones in the world, and whatever gets taken up, ruined, done away with, will never come back."

-Ken Muller, Flint Hills' landowner

 

The woodland thickets prevalent in the eastern part of the State, the undulating tall grass prairie of the Flint Hills and the short grass prairie and canyon lands of western Kansas all play an essential role in the health of our people, the wild creatures with whom we share our home, and our economy. 

These cherished Kansas lands, the creatures that live here, and our Kansas culture and livelihood, are threatened.  Today, less than 4% of tall grass prairie remains and we have lost more than half of our State’s wetlands since Kansas was settled.  More than 90% of the Kansas landscape is used for agricultural purposes, yet greater than half of farmers in America are over the age of 70, leading to a significant transfer of agricultural land in the next two decades.

We need your help to ensure that future generations of Kansas experience the beauty of Kansas that we enjoy today.  By joining KLT, you can have a direct impact on preserving Kansas lands and our quality of life — forever.  You can make a tangible, visible difference—now, and for years to come.