Archives for November 2017



During this season of gratitude, we’d like to thank you for all you do to support our work to protect and preserve the Kansas River.

The Kansas River gives us so much beauty, is home to a record 25 nesting pair of bald eagles, generate electricity and provides drinking water for over 800,000 Kansans.  Please give back.

Our work for the Kansas River includes:

  • Monitoring, responding and mediate=ing suspected pollution incidents to the Kansas River
  • Managing advocacy efforts to protect and preserve the Kansas River
  • Schedule and facilitate educational paddle trips
  • K-12 and adult educational programming
  • Promoting recreation on the river

Mark your calendar.  Tuesday, November 28, 2017 for #GivingTuesday

Click HERE on #GivingTuesday to donate!


Sampling on the Kaw

Beautiful day to be on the Kaw! FOK is out with Professor Burgin and Grad Student Michelle KU Environmental Studies Program and Kansas Biological Survey and KU Field Station to take nitrogen samples as part of a research program and to test for the Lawrence release of nitrogen contaminated groundwater from the old Farmland site to the Kansas River. #kansasriver

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