New drone view of Little Jerusalem

In October 2016, The Nature Conservancy of Kansas purchased 350 acres in Logan County, 250 acres of which contain the Niobrara chalk formation called Little Jerusalem. The Nature Conservancy is working on opening the fragile landscape to the publi
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In October 2016, The Nature Conservancy of Kansas purchased 350 acres in Logan County, 250 acres of which contain the Niobrara chalk formation called Little Jerusalem. The Nature Conservancy is working on opening the fragile landscape to the publi

Chalk pyramids are a Kansas natural wonder. But when can we see them?

July 24, 2017 06:30 AM