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Northeast Upland Bird Partnership

Kansans for Children in Nature

JOIN the Kansans for Children in Nature Today!  Kansas Kids are Our Future!

On April 13, 2009, former Governor Kathleen Sebelius signed Executive Order 09-02 creating the Kansas Coalition for Children in Nature (KCCN). The KCCN was formed to foster Kansas youth's appreciation of the outdoors
"Kansas is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty and this coalition will work to make sure Kansas children experience all that our state has to offer," Sebelius said. "Environmental education is the first step toward helping our children learn to protect and preserve our planet."
The KCCN will promote outdoor learning experiences and environmental education for the young people of Kansas and provide ongoing support for these endeavors.
Subsequent to the signing of the Executive Order, Governor Mark Parkinson appointed conveners and outlined the tasks for the KCCN.
The conveners established three work groups to create plans addressing the following outcomes:
Environmental Education - formal learning experiences for children in a variety of settings.
Outdoor Experiences and Recreation - experiences that include play, recreation, exploration, etc.
Health - time and access to nature and relationships to children's health.

The Plan was completed in the Fall of 2011 and subsequently endorsed by Governor Sam Brownback.  The name of the conveners was shortened to the Kansans for Children in Nature (KCN).  Visit their website at http://kcn.ksoutdoors.org/
The KCN Plan may also be found at the website for the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education, the original host site for the Kansans for Children in Nature information. 

http://www.kacee.org/kansas-coalition-children-nature




KWF Affiliates

-Geary County Fish & Game Association

–Kansas Wildlife Officers Association


Kansas Conservation Coalition

–The Kansas Wildlife Federation created this coalition to promote a wildlife-friendly Farm Bill. It consists of the following organizations.

Audubon of Kansas

Friends of the KAW

Geary County Fish and Game Association

Kansas Association of Conservation Districts

Kansas Bowhunters Association

Kansas Chapter American Fisheries Society

Kansas Chapter The Wildlife Society

Kansas Ducks Unlimited

Kansas Native Plant Society

Kansas Natural Resources Council

Kansas Nature-based Tourism Alliance

Kansas Ornithological Society

Kansas Outfitters Association

Kansas Wildlife Federation

National Rifle Association, Central Region

National Wild Turkey Federation

Pheasants Forever, KS

Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation

Quail Forever

The Kansas Canoe and Kayak Association

The Kansas Rural Center

The Nature Conservancy Kansas Chapter