KTWU Sunflower Journeys


Season 33 Episode 2 | 28m 30s

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In our first segment we find out about attempts to control invasive species on grazing land in central Kansas; next we we review damage done to Kansas state parks during 2019 flooding and their recovery; finally, since a number of events in Kansas were cancelled because of covid-19, including the the mennonite relief sale, we take a look back at the 2015 sale in Hutchinson.

Aired: 09/17/20 | Rating: NR

Humanities Kansas, Porter Cattle Co., Eaglecrest Retirement Community, TravelKS.com, Crooked Post Winery, in Ozawkie, Kansas, Blanche Bryden Foundation, & The Friends of KTWU

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