Conservation Stewardship in the Flint Hills (Online Lecture)

Conservation Stewardship in the Flint Hills (Online Lecture)

March 30th, 2021 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Dyck Arboretum of the Plains


Join us for Winter Lecture Series in January, February and March, this year from the comfort of your own home via Zoom. Featured topics for this coming series are petroglyphs, birds, and conservation. Lectures begin at 6:30 and end by 8 p.m. Cost: $5 per person. REGISTRATION LINK COMING SOON. Access to Zoom will be sent to all registrants via email.

The Flint Hills, a large expanse of tallgrass prairie in Kansas, extend from north of Manhattan, past Wichita and into northern Oklahoma. Thousands of visitors are welcomed every year at celebrated nature preserves like Konza Prairie and Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, but nearly all of this sea of grass is privately-owned rangeland grazed by cattle. Tony Capizzo leads The Nature Conservancy’s work in the Flint Hills, where the organization partners with landowners to steward the landscape they love. Tony will explain the role ranching plays in prairie conservation and share a vision for the future of the Flint Hills.