Grant-Bradbury Prairie Walk • Shawnee County
Thursday, Jun 20th, 2013 @ 6:30pm-dark
SW University Blvd & SW Westview Rd • Topeka, KS • Map
Join KNPS for the 11th Annual walk at Grant-Bradbury Prairie Park. This 80-acre pristine tallgrass prairie contains over 300 plant species. On this tour, you will learn and see the plants and animals of the prairie. Bring a camera because the spring wildflowers will be at their peak. Wear long pants and sturdy shoes. Children are encouraged to come. Jeff Hansen, wildflower expert, will lead the tour. Directions: Take Topeka Blvd south to the University Blvd intersection (stoplight), take a right. Take University west about half a mile - when the road curves south, you are at the driveway to the park gate. There is a small building at the driveway. Contact Jeff if you plan to attend.
Contact: Jeff Hansen firstname.lastname@example.org (785) 806-6917
Sponsor: Kansas Native Plant Society
14 people attended the event.
About half of the attendees were not KNPS members. Everyone expressed enjoying an evening on the prairie. The evening continued at the Blind Tiger Brewery.
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For outdoor events we recommend bringing sturdy footwear, long pants, insect repellent, sunscreen, a hat and water!.
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