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The Nature Conservancy of Kansas to open chalk formations

Kris Knight with The Nature Conservancy of Kansas talks about the conservancy's efforts to get Little Jerusalem open to the public. In October of 2016 The Nature Conservancy purchased 330 acres of land in Logan County; 250 acres of that land is the niobrara chalk formation called Little Jerusalem. The Nature Conservancy of Kansas is hoping to get the property open to the public soon. (July 21, 2017) (Video By Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)

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New drone view of Little Jerusalem

In October of 2016 The Nature Conservancy of Kansas purchased 330 acres of land in Logan County. 250 acres of that land is the niobrara chalk formation called Little Jerusalem. The Nature Conservancy of Kansas is hoping to get the property open to the public soon. (July 21, 2017) (Video By Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)

Outdoors

Watch baby hummingbirds feed

A mother hummingbird tends to its young on the back deck of Pat and Garry Porter's home. This video was shot a week ago and the birds now are ready to fledge, when they've been out of their tiny eggs for about 3 weeks. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)

Home & Garden

Make smart tech choices for your new smart home

The smart evolution has begun in our homes. More and more connected items are available to let you control your property from a single device, no matter where you are. Everything from lighting to heating and even making a cup of coffee can be at your fingertips.

Family

Parents @ Play: Arts and crafts

We all know that kids need to be spending time outside working up a sweat and building strong muscles. But they also need plenty of down time. And what better way to relax than by creating art? Here are some truly outstanding ways you and your kids can flex your creativity muscles together.

Food & Drink

Salmon, blackberries, whiskey sours: The flavors of summer

I can’t quite figure out why the summer weeks fly by so quickly, especially since the days are longer. Maybe we all pack more in because it’s warm outside and light so much later into the evening. Whatever the reason, dinner time often sneaks up on me and I’m searching for something quick that’s satisfying and doesn’t look like I only took a few minutes to prep it. We all know that’s the sign of a good cook, right? Take simple ingredients and make them look and taste fancy.

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The Nature Conservancy of Kansas to open chalk formations

Kris Knight with The Nature Conservancy of Kansas talks about the conservancy's efforts to get Little Jerusalem open to the public. In October of 2016 The Nature Conservancy purchased 330 acres of land in Logan County; 250 acres of that land is the niobrara chalk formation called Little Jerusalem. The Nature Conservancy of Kansas is hoping to get the property open to the public soon. (July 21, 2017) (Video By Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
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The Nature Conservancy of Kansas to open chalk formations 2:54

The Nature Conservancy of Kansas to open chalk formations

New drone view of Little Jerusalem 3:04

New drone view of Little Jerusalem

Watch baby hummingbirds feed 0:33

Watch baby hummingbirds feed

Greek iconographer comes to Kansas 1:29

Greek iconographer comes to Kansas

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