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Sep 9, 2020

Kansans are innovative in their approaches to land management and forestry practices. We can learn many lessons by observing the work they are testing on their property for to improve water quality, grazing lands and wildlife habitat. For years, Roger Wells has shared his forward-thinking practices to land management...


Aug 24, 2020

Wildland firefighting rookie Ryan Armbrust (the full-time Forest Health Coordinator for KFS), recently took an assignment on the Mid-Plains Interagency Handcrew. While on assignment, he was under the watchful eye of seasoned wildland firefighter and KFS District Fire Management Officer, Chris Hanson.

In the first bonus...


Aug 11, 2020

With 20 years of service to the Kansas Forest Service, Thad Rhodes, Rural Forester in District Five, works with landowners to reach their conservation and wildlife management goals. Driven by a passion for the outdoors and conservation, Thad motivates the landowners he works with by creating a tailored management...


Jul 16, 2020

The trees in our communities create shade, filter water, contribute to human health, reduce air pollution and much more. Our urban canopies are aging and in decline in many areas, but many are doing their part to protect and expand urban forests.

Listen in as Gary Farris, Arborist for the City of Wichita, and Tim...


Jun 9, 2020

Complex stream systems require tailored approaches to address the conservation and resource concerns of Kansas landowners.

Andy Klein and Jarran Tindle are normally found on the streambanks of Kansas, but we persuaded them to share their wealth of experience with us on episode 3 of the Kansas Forest...