Kansas Master Naturalists

MISSION STATEMENT
"The mission of the Kansas Master Naturalist program is to develop knowledgeable and dedicated citizens who are active in promoting awareness, understanding, and stewardship of the natural heritage of Kansas."

The first Kansas Master Naturalists program was started in south-central Kansas (Wichita/Hutchinson) in the spring of 2011. As of spring 2013 we now have 3 chapters up and running. The three chapters and their contacts are:
 

South-Central Kansas
Mary Clark, Dillon Nature Center
mclark@hutchrec.com

3002 E. 30th Ave.
Hutchinson, KS 67502

(620) 663-7411
 

North-Central Kansas
Jill Haukos
Director of Education
Konza Prairie Biological Station
Mailing:  116 Ackert Hall, Division of Biology, KSU
Physical:  100 Konza Prairie Lane - Hulbert Center (stone house)
Manhattan, KS 66506
http://keep.konza.ksu.edu
konzaed@ksu.edu
(785) 587-0381
 

Northeast Kansas
Dan Lekie
Johnson County Extension Office
Dan.Lekie@jocogov.org
11811 S. Sunset Drive,Suite 1500
Olathe, KS 66061
(913) 715-7000

If you are interested in more information on this program please contact one of the individuals listed above or Chuck Otte, cotte@ksu.edu (who also serves as the webmaster for this site...temporarily.)

March 20, 2013