George Frazier returns to EcoRadio KC telling stories about local wild places and focusing on some fascinating and little-known aspects of our environmental history, both recent and less-recent. Here’s who he’s brining with him:
Lisa Grossman – Board member of Friends of the Kaw, river expert, and very talented painter. She’ll talk about her experiences on the Kansas River near KC and general river advocacy.
Shirley Braunlich – Board member of Kansas Native Plants Society and serious amateur botanist. She’ll talk about prairies, the Fort Leavenworth Woods, and Baldwin Woods and what it’s like to work to save grasslands in NE Kansas.
Joyce Wolfe – Board Member National Office of the Audubon Society, Kansas Audubon, Kansas Grassland Heritage Foundation. She was involved in the prairie dog wars in Logan County and the reintroduction of the black-footed ferret.
Kelly Haggard – Biology teacher at Perry-Lecompton High School and Kansas’ foremost expert on flying squirrels

ON EcoRadio KC | November 14, 2016 | 6:00 pm

George Frazier Returns

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George Frazier returns to EcoRadio KC telling stories about local wild places and focusing on some fascinating and little-known aspects of our environmental history, both recent and less-recent. Here’s who he’s brining with him:
Lisa Grossman – Board member of Friends of the Kaw, river expert, and very talented painter. She’ll talk about her experiences on the Kansas River near KC and general river advocacy.
Shirley Braunlich – Board member of Kansas Native Plants Society and serious amateur botanist. She’ll talk about prairies, the Fort Leavenworth Woods, and Baldwin Woods and what it’s like to work to save grasslands in NE Kansas.
Joyce Wolfe – Board Member National Office of the Audubon Society, Kansas Audubon, Kansas Grassland Heritage Foundation. She was involved in the prairie dog wars in Logan County and the reintroduction of the black-footed ferret.
Kelly Haggard – Biology teacher at Perry-Lecompton High School and Kansas’ foremost expert on flying squirrels

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