Jan. 23, 2013Bicyclists, pedestrians encouraged to participate TOPEKA ­– If you enjoy getting off the beaten path by walking or bicycling, then the Kansas Byways Program wants to consider your ideas for inclusion in a new Kansas Byways Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. The goal of the plan is to enhance bicycling and pedestrian opportunities fo ... Read More

Jan. 23, 2014Some of Kansas’ best waterfowl hunting is making its debut PRATT — Don’t put up your waders and shotgun just yet because late-seasongoosehunts candeliversome of the best waterfowl hunting the state has to offer. Most hunting seasons,includingthose forducks, deer and upland birds, will closebythe end of January, but hunters loo ... Read More

Jan. 23, 2014Find yourself immersed in the outdoors at the 2014 Spring Becoming An Outdoors-Woman workshopPRATT ­– If you’ve ever wondered what baits catch what fish, how to start a fire with your bare hands, or even have thought about coasting a creek in a canoe, youshouldsign up for the 2014 Spring Becoming An Outdoors-Woman (BOW) workshop th ... Read More

Jan. 23, 2014Anglers can download a PDF of the 2014 Kansas Fishing Regulations Summary PRATT – For anglers, timely, quality information can be the difference between getting a couple tugs on a lure and a grill lined-to-the-brim with your favorite catch. Cram-packed with all the information you need to set up for a perfect day of fishing, t ... Read More

Jan. 23, 2014Wichita’s GPNC recognized for its unique partnerships WASHINGTON DC – Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell presented the 2013 Partners in Conservation awards at a ceremony in Washington, DC on Jan. 16. The Secretary honored 20 partnership projects that have demonstrated exemplary natural resource conservation efforts through ... Read More