KDWP summary shows anglers best spots to fish March has arrived, and with it, anglers' dreams of full creels and lunker fish. To help improve angler success, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) annually prepares a forecast of fishing prospects in public waters throughout the state. Called the 2006 Kansas Fishing Forecast, this ... Read More

Meat processors, food banks, donors help provide more than 110,000 meals TONGANOXIE -- Kansas Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (KSFHFH) reports that 2005 was a banner year for the organization. With the help of hunters, meat processors, and private donors, the organization was able to dramatically increase the amount of venison the gr ... Read More

Birdwatching, wetland and prairie chicken tours, seminars to be featured WAKEFIELD -- On April 28-30, the Kansas Birding Festival will be held near Wakefield. The three-day event will feature seminars on birds and birdwatching, guided field trips, food, and much more. On Friday, April 28, the event will begin at the Wakefield Methodist Chur ... Read More

Soil and wildlife conservation practices gain national attention ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The American Soybean Association (ASA) has announced that Keith Thompson of Thompson Farms near Osage City has won the 2006 Western Region Conservation Legacy Award. The award is given for dedication to the land and wildlife through cropland management practi ... Read More