2015WSFF_FOK_SmPoster_finalWild and Scenic Film Festival

Thursday, April 30, 7:30pm at the Glenwood Arts Theatre in Leawood


Friday, May 1, 7pm at Liberty Hall in Lawrence

More information and to order tickets on line!

“Members Only” Raffle for a Wilderness Systems 120 Tarpon Sit-on-top Kayak


Kate Delehunt is honored

Kate with John Strickler

Kate with John Strickler

with KACEE’s John

Strickler Award for excellence in environmental education on April 10, 2015


Kansas River Currents

Check out our latest newsletter for a review of FOK’s activities and accomplishments in 2014!

The Kansas River

map-of-river The Kansas River (known locally as the Kaw) begins at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill Rivers near Junction City. It flows 173 miles to Kansas City where it joins the Missouri River. The Kaw watershed drains almost the entire northern half of Kansas and part of Nebraska and Colorado (53,000 square miles). It is the world’s largest prairie based river system.