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September 2008

WOMEN-ONLY FISHING CLINIC PLANNED OCTOBER 4 IN FT. SCOTT

Limited to 35 participants, clinic to cover all aspects of Kansas fishingThe Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, the City of Ft. Scott, and local merchants are sponsoring a women-only fishing clinic on Oct. 4 at the Ft. Scott City Lake rearing pond, located south of Ft. Scott and 3 miles west of U.S. Highway 69 on the east side of the lake ... Read More


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CONSERVATION EASEMENT EXTENDS PROTECTION AT TALLGRASS PRESERVE

Two Johnson County families establish nearly 2,000-acre conservation easement The Kansas Chapter of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) recently signed an agreement on a nearly 2,000-acre conservation easement in the Flint Hills of Chase County. TNC acquired the easement from the C.E. and Lonah Birch and the Robert and Linda Mooney families, both of S ... Read More


WILD TURKEY FEDERATION ANNOUNCES KANSAS HABITAT PROJECTS FOR 2009

$18,175 allocated for specific projects; another $30,000 for outreach and educationThe Kansas State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) recently announced selection of the following Hunting Heritage Super Fund proposals for funding 2009 projects in the Sunflower State. These proposals had been evaluated and ranked earlier by t ... Read More


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KDWP PLANS HUNTING & FISHING DAY CELEBRATION SEPTEMBER 27

One of many events around the U. S. recognizing hunter, angler successesThe Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) will host an event to celebrate the contributions of hunters and anglers to fish and wildlife conservation. The National Hunting and Fishing Day observance is set for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, at KDWP’s Pratt Ope ... Read More