THINK Globally and InterACT Regionally but LEARN Locally :: Rivers are both byways and barriers. To understand history, F1RST understand rivers. The care of rivers is not a question of rivers, but of the human heart. -- Tanaka Shozo
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WIN a Kaw River Canoe Float Trip for 15 people donated by Spirit of the Kaw Outfitters
Intended learning outcomes of this program are to: Develop a sense of stewardship for the natural world Understand how to be safe and prepared for adventures in the outdoors Understand how to reduce impact on the environment when recreating outdoors Introduce the idea of making responsible decisions when participating in outdoor activities
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Adapt these Leave No Trace Principles: Know Before You Go Choose The Right Path Trash Your Trash Leave What You Find Be Careful With Fire Respect Wildlife ** Be Kind To Other Visitors
BasehorInfo.com Tom Farris with the Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance guides a day filled with history and nature.
Eagle Day will be from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March ?, 201x at the Grinter Place, 78th Street and Kansas Highway 32 in Kansas City, Kan.
Visitors can bring binoculars to watch for eagles from the upper front porch while Farris will conduct walking tours down to the river. To enter the Grinter House, admission is $2 for adults, $1 for seniors and students, and admission is free for KSHS, Inc. members, current military and children five and under.
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