The Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy (KRTC) manages the Flint Hills Nature Trail and the Landon Nature Trail, converting these former rail lines into non-motorized public trails and wildlife areas across Kansas. We are a grassroots, non-profit organization of local volunteers.
Our Latest News
A $1.9 million federal Transportation Alternatives grant will fund the development of Phase II of the Flint Hills Nature Trail, between US-75 and Admire.read more →
We need volunteers this Saturday to work on the trail between Rantoul and Ottawa to clear brush.read more →
Trails users please take note: This weekend an ultra marathon is taking place on the Flint Hills Nature Trail between Osawatomie and Ottawa.read more →
The City of Overbrook and the Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy held a dedication ceremony on May 10th for a new trailhead on the Landon Nature Trail.read more →
The last of four public design workshops for the Flint Hills Nature Trail wrapped up recently in Osage City. The events allowed the public to learn about upcoming plans for development of the trail, and to offer their ideas and…read more →