Check out the 11/15 episode of Sunflower Journeys - the last segment features Friends of the Kaw!
Read the articles featuring us in the Chicago Herald and Columbia Tribune! This story was all featured this fall in the San Francisco Chronicle and Denver Post.
Listen to Secretary Salazar's comments at the Kansas River Water Trail designation.
Friends of the Kaw's 1/22/2013 press release: Conservation Group Offers Mixed Reaction to Recent News on KS River Dredging
The Kansas River (known locally as the Kaw) begins at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill Rivers near Junction City. It flows 173 miles to Kansas City where it joins the Missouri River. The Kaw watershed drains almost the entire northern half of Kansas and part of Nebraska and Colorado (53,000 square miles). It is the world's longest prairie river.