Wildscape defines a “program” as an effort that may or may not have any end and tends to lean more towards a structured format with events and/or activities. A Wildscape “project” is an effort on our part that has a beginning and an end, such as the Milford Wetlands Restoration.
Wildscape works hand-in-hand with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks to identify programs that will not be funded without private sector support and weighs the merits of those programs, determining how they can be funded. And then we help get the job done.
From our Outdoor Kansas for Kids (OKKids) to the Kansas WildLifer Challenge, Wildscape is instrumental in promoting outdoor activities throughout Kansas.
Below are a few of our current programs:
A Kansas angler’s prized catch may actually be worth a prize this spring and summer. Join for the first annual event!
There was a time when Kansas kids took the outdoors for granted. They just seemed to grow up outside.
Kids today are spending more time indoors watching TV and/or playing video games. Voila! A new program that couples the technology of the internet and the simplicity of nature.
The Kansas Wildscape Foundation is pleased to partner with Outdoor Mentors-Pass It On and sponsor a group of young men and women, as well as coaches.
The Kansas Wildscape Foundation is pleased to partner with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks on a pilot shooting sports mentorship program.
The Kansas Wildscape Foundation is pleased to be a financial sponsor of the 10th Anniversary Wild about Kansas photo contest
The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has been focusing efforts on recruiting Kansas residents to outdoor activities like hunting, shooting, boating, fishing and a host of others.
The Harper Memorial Scholarship was started at the suggestion of Governor Bill Graves, among others, as a way to honor Steve Harper's dedication to Kansans and serving the Kansas outdoors.