1. Brad VanRiette

    KBN Conservation Update.

    Here’s a quick update from the KBN Conservation Director, Steve French. November 16 Steve attended the KDWPT Commission meeting held in Scott City. During the open comments section of the meeting Steve was able to introduce himself to the Commission, thank them for their past efforts such as increasing the...
  2. Evan Hartnett

    Conservation Tournament Eldorado

    Good morning Kansas Nation. Some might looking at the forecast and wondering what’s going to happen tomorrow morning. We’ll it’s Kansas so who knows. We are still a go for the conservation tournament tomorrow morning. Registration will start at or around 6:00am. Find either Jesse Jordan or Evan Hartnett to...
  3. Mike Turner


    Looking for another reason to go to the polls in November? Fishermen have historically taken the lead in establishing the laws that have shaped conservation management. From the beginning, we have advocated for clean water and healthy populations of fish. On Election Day, Kansas’ anglers have the opportunity to add...
  4. Mike Turner

    EPA Mandates More E15 in 2017

    The EPA has just announced its plans to further increase the country’s ethanol mandates, surpassing the current record high levels finalized less than one year ago. By next year, the EPA is requiring the American public to consume 700 million more gallons of renewable fuel, whether they want to or...
  5. Brad VanRiette

    BoatUS Foundation Grassroots Grants

    Jesse Jordan, KBN Conservation Director, received the following from Gene Gilliand at B.A.S.S. asking that the information be made available to our KBN adult and youth clubs. New, Easier, “365-day Rolling” Application Announced. Funds for Boating Safety & Clean Boating Projects. ANNAPOLIS, MD, — The BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety...


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