Fall Conference Info…

Enjoy the season and the prairie and join us at the KABT Fall Conference in the Meeting Hall at the Konza Biological Field Station in Manhattan on Saturday, September 10.

Some of the sessions planned are Algal Blooms by the State Department, Backyard Brains by Eric Kessler, Milford Nature Center will present on the Eco-meet, Valerie Wright, the Konza Environmental Educator, will speak on studies at the Konza and take us on a walk on the Konza. The use of GIS in working with bison will also be discussed. For more information on the Konza Prairie visit http://www.konza.ksu.edu/KNZ/pages/home/home.aspx

Go to http://kpbs.konza.ksu.edu/konzatrails.html to map out your hike and come early or stay later (open dawn until dusk) to hike up to 6 miles on the Konza Prairie.

Registration will be from 8:30-9:00 and the conference will last until 4PM. It will be $35 for the conference (which includes a one-year membership as well as lunch). Directions are available at http://keep.konza.ksu.edu/visit/map.htm

We hope to see you on the 10th!





Author: Josie Stiles

Currently I teach biology at Olathe East High School. I began my membership in KABT in 2002. I have enjoyed the fieldtrips and collaborating with other Kansas teachers!