Many of the Upland Bird Species are at 40 year lows and we need everyone’s help if we are to help them recover to historic numbers.

A Regional Upland Bird Partnership has formed in Northeast Kansas to help address declining upland bird populations to include both game and non-game species. The primary focus of the group is to work together with all other groups, agencies and organizations in the region, to restore and protect habitat for game species as well as the priority non-game species. The Leadership Team has developed a set of Goals that will lead their activities in the future. We hope that you will join us in this important work.

Recent Announcements

  • CRP- What's Next? March 4th CRP - What’s Next?A Discussion about Your Expiring CRP ContractThursday, March 4, 2010, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. The Windmill Restaurant, Seneca, KSYou have land enrolled in the CRP program, but now the contract is about to expire. What do you do next? Get your questions answered and start making plans now by attending this workshop.ProgramFarming Expired CRP Acres: o CRP Program and Conservation Compliance Requirementso Agronomic Considerations and Resources Option for Maintaining CRP Grass:o Livestock Grazing and Haying o Lease Hunting/Wildlife Opportunities o Re-Enrolling in CRP or CCRPProtecting your Land Investment and Funding Opportunities: o Water Quality Protection o Funding for Implementation of Conservation Practices o Wildlife Habitat ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2010, 12:37 PM by Dr. Cynthia Annett
  • CRP-What's Next March 3rd CRP - What’s Next?A Discussion about Your Expiring CRP ContractWednesday, March 3, 2010, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Jackson County 4-H Fair Building, Holton, KSYou have land enrolled in the CRP program, but now the contract is about to expire. What do you do next? Get your questions answered and start making plans now by attending this workshop.ProgramFarming Expired CRP Acres: o CRP Program and Conservation Compliance Requirementso Agronomic Considerations and Resources Option for Maintaining CRP Grass:o Livestock Grazing and Haying o Lease Hunting/Wildlife Opportunities o Re-Enrolling in CRP or CCRPProtecting your Land Investment and Funding Opportunities: o Water Quality Protection o Funding for Implementation of Conservation Practices ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2010, 12:35 PM by Dr. Cynthia Annett
  • Next meeting April 29th The next meeting is planned to be held on April 29 at the Region 2 Office in Topeka if it is available. Minutes from the January 28th meeting are posted click here The Powerpoint presentation developed for the Chickadee Checkoff grant has been posted on our website click here
    Posted Feb 3, 2010, 7:03 AM by Dr. Cynthia Annett
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