Konza Prairie Biological Station
Konza Prairie Biological Station is a 3,487 hectare native tallgrass
prairie preserve owned by The Nature Conservancy and Kansas State
University and operated as a field research station by the K-State
Division of Biology.
The station is dedicated to a three-fold mission of long-term ecological research, education, and prairie conservation. It is a unique outdoor laboratory that provides opportunities for the study of tallgrass prairie ecosystems and for basic biological research on a wide range of taxa and processes.
Address: 100 Konza Prairie Ln, Manhattan, KS 66502. Click here
for directions to the Konza Prairie Nature Trail
Cost Per Girl: $25 per group of 25 or less
Cost Per Adult: $25 per group of 25 or less
YOU SCHEDULE IT! OPPORTUNITIES:
Konza Prairie Nature Trail Hike
Brownie Junior Cadette Senior Ambassador
Join us for a guided hike on the Konza Prairie Nature Trail. This hike is 2.6 miles through the Flint Hills tallgrass prairie and you'll see the amazing geology of the area and learn about the natural history of the plants and animals living here. Knowledgeable volunteers will share their knowledge with the Girl Scouts and give them a chance to experience the wide open vistas of the tallgrass prairie just like the pioneers saw it 150 years ago.
Badge Connections: Brownie: Hiker, Brownie: Eco Friend; Junior: Animal Habitats
Develops a strong sense of self. Learns to identify and solve
problems in her community.
Learn more about the 5 Girl Scout Outcomes.