The Education Section of the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks is responsible for outdoors-related educational programs. With a combination of outdoor skills and environmental education programs, instruction is available for a variety of outdoor enthusiasts.

Reasonable Accommodations 

Special accommodations will be made for educational events upon request for individuals with disabilities, vision impairment or hearing impairment. If accommodations are required, individuals should contact the KDWP Operations office, allowing a minimum of two weeks before the event or class, by phone 620-672-5911 or "Contact Us". 

Aquatic Education
Aquatic Education

Aquatic Education Information

Fishing clinics are hosted by department employees at state fishing lakes, parks, and city lakes and ponds. Most are geared toward younger children and others who may not have much experience with fishing techniques and tactics. They are held throughout the spring and summer months and occasionally in the fall.