The 2014 annual meeting of the Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy was held in Ottawa on November 15th. If you couldn’t make it, here are a few of the things you missed.
The Kanza Rail-Trail Conservancy’s Fall 2014 newsletter is available for viewing online, with news about the Flint Hills Nature Trail and Landon Nature Trail.
The 2014 Annual Meeting of Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy will be held on Saturday, November 15 in Ottawa, Kansas.
Learn about tourism and business opportunities along the Flint Hills Nature Trail at public meetings in Council Grove on October 21, and Ottawa on October 23.
The 2014 Admire Fall Festival Bike Ride takes place on October 11th in Admire, with 18 or 47-mile rides on the Flint Hills Nature Trail.
There will be a Landon Trail dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 6th at 10:15 am at SE 45th St. in Topeka.
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.
We need volunteers this Saturday to work on the trail between Rantoul and Ottawa to clear brush.
Trails users please take note: This weekend an ultra marathon is taking place on the Flint Hills Nature Trail between Osawatomie and Ottawa.
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.