Nebraska considers hearing on proposed river diversion that Kansas says could imperil state’s waterways
The Nebraska District of Natural Resources is currently mulling its options on a project that would divert water from the Platte River into the Republican River.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism will hold four informational meeting during its review process for the state’s Endangered, Threatened and Species-in-need-of-conservation (SINC) lists in January.
Nineteen of the 26 Kansas state parks will participate in First Day Hike events on New Year’s Day.
Kansas turkey seasons set for fall 2018, spring 2019; paddlefish egg regulations passed by commission
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission has approved dates for the 2019-20 turkey seasons, among other items, during its monthly meeting earlier this month in Wichita.
The Kansas regular firearm season for deer came to a close last Sunday, with many hunters finding a nice buck to claim.
Prairie Spirit Trail, Flint Hills State Parks dropping requirement of trail permit for usage in 2019
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission voted last month to repeal the regulation requiring trail access permits at Prairie Spirit Trail State Park and Flint Hills State Park, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
According to a report from Radio Iowa, a mandatory hunter’s safety course is being implemented into the seventh- and eighth-grade P.E. curriculum at two Iowa middle schools.
I’ve done a lot of fishing in my lifetime, but I’d never caught a true trophy-class fish.
Until this week, that is.
A Texas-based fishing guide has donated a once-in-a-lifetime fishing trip as a reward for those willing to help a young Kansas woman in need.
Mallory Mitchell, a 21-year-old senior business major at Emporia State, has been through a harrowing ordeal but is coming out the other side stronger thanks to her faith and the help of others.
Buck fever kicked into full gear this week for many hunters across the state.
The Kansas regular firearm deer season began with a wintry backdrop Wednesday following blizzard-like conditions Monday that dropped between 3 1/2 and up to 14 inches of snow across northeast Kansas, with areas to the north such as Marysville, Hiawatha and Seneca among the hardest hit.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.