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Past News

DateTitleRelated resources
April 2014

Fire-Setting Ranchers Have Burning Desire To Save Tallgrass Prairie by Dan Charles (NPR)

Link to NPR story
June 2010

Patch burning-grazing study at Konza Prairie may benefit ranchers. Read more

 
June 2010Federal stimulus funding helps K-State Ecologists bring undergraduate researchers to Konza Prairie for research combining Ecology and Molecular Biology. Download the releaseREU program at Konza
June 2009Former K-State professor donates 87 acres of land to university. Read moreLand description
June 2009Konza Prairie researcher awarded National Science Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship. Download the release 
June 2009Digitized prairie natural history collections available through K-State's new Biodiversity web portal. Download the releaseBiodiversity Information System
Nov 2008K-State Researchers find that pollution of freshwater by nitrogen and phosphorous costs the United States at least $4.3 billion annually. Download the releasePublication
Oct 2008K-State Konza Prairie barn undergoes renovation. Download the releaseInformation on Konza Meeting Hall
Oct 2008K-State research showing that native ecosystems are more valuable than restored ones could influence land use policy. Download the releasePublication
July 2008K-State's Konza Prairie a candidate site for scientists from across the country to study the effects of global change. Download the releaseNEON website
July 2008K-State's Konza Prairie featured in photography exhibition at the U.S. Department of Interior Museum in Washington D.C. Download the releaseThe Interior Museum
June 2008Ecologist returns to K-State as new director of the Konza Prairie Biological Station. Download the release 
March 2008K-State Biologist, research team find that microorganisms filter nitrogen from small streams, keeping larger waterways cleaner. Download the releasePublication