Wildscape defines a “project” as an effort on our part that has a beginning and an end, and a “program” is an effort that may or may not have any end and tends to lean more towards a structured format with events and/or activities.
Wildscape works hand-in-hand with Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks to identify projects that will not be funded without private sector support and weighs the merits of those projects, determining how they can be funded. And then we help get the job done.
From a 5,000-acre wetlands restoration at Milford Reservoir to developing handicapped accessible shoreline facilities at public fishing waters, Wildscape is instrumental in making things happen in the outdoors of Kansas.
Started in 2002 by a $50K grant from the Country Stampede, Wildscape was able to combine the grant with a $400K bank loan and purchase the first 11 cabins of the project.
Wildscape has worked with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and local cities or counties to create access sites along the Arkansas River. Most are located between Wichita and the Oklahoma border...
Kansans are fortunate to have access to numerous outdoor recreational opportunities and spaces, yet many are spending more time indoors and are not taking advantage of the health, physical and social benefits of spending time recreating outdoors.
On Thursday, November 18th, 2010, the Kansas Wildscape Foundation partnered up with Milford State Park, the Armed Services YMCA, the Sierra Club, and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks to..
Milford Lake is located on the Republican River at river mile 7.7, approximately 65 miles west of Topeka, Kansas. The restoration project is north of the Highway 82 causeway on the upper reaches of...
Wildscape coordinated a $15,000 grant with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources to trap prairie chickens in Kansas and introduce the bird to Illinois to improve brood genetics.
This project, approved in 1993, resulted from a donation by the Timmons Foundation. Wildscape raised $10,000 in private matching funds as required by the donation to develop handicapped accessible shoreline facilities at public fishing waters in Mined Land units 1 and 6. Two fish feeders were also included.
Your donation will support programs and projects that ensure all Kansans have access to high-quality outdoor experiences today and tomorrow. All donations raised in Kansas stay in Kansas.