Buffalo Hill, AWW Tour #2 • McPherson County
Friday, Sep 13th, 2013 @ 4-6pm
Pioneer Road • Canton, KS • Map
KNPS board member, Susan Reimer, owns 160 acres of high quality Smoky Hills prairie which she named “Buffalo Hill” due to the views of the bison at Maxwell. It is used as a winter pasture, therefore the plants grow all year before being grazed. We should have excellent viewing of prairie plants and panoramic vistas from her prairie. This private prairie is only available to us the day of the tour. Directions from Maxwell: Go east to 27th Ave. and turn right (south). Go south 1 mile to Pioneer Road and turn right (west). Pioneer Road dead ends at Buffalo Hill Prairie. Visiting this prairie is dependent on Pioneer Road being dry.
Contact: KNPS firstname.lastname@example.org 785.806.6917
More Info: Annual Wildflower Weekend (AWW)Sponsor: Kansas Native Plant Society
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