Kansas WRAPS

Kansas Watershed  Restoration

and Protection  Strategy  (WRAPS)

Kansas WRAPS offers a framework that engages citizens and other stakeholders in locally based watershed planning and implementation efforts aimed at protecting and restoring Kansas watersheds.

The WRAPS program is unique because the natural resource agencies of Kansas, supported by the Environmental Protection Agency, are seeking citizen and stakeholder input on how to best manage and protect our watersheds. Through WRAPS, local, state and federal program resources are being streamlined to do just that. Visit www.kansaswraps.org for more information about WRAPS in Kansas. 

Conservation and Environmental Education is integral to the success of WRAPS.

KACEE supports WRAPS in Kansas through:

  • WRAPS Capacity Building Forum series serving WRAPS Coordinators and Stakeholder Team Leaders with professional development and networking opportunities
  • Watershed Workshops serving both formal and non-formal educators with 4-project specialty workshops that include field studies and teaching resources to build understanding of local watershed resources and issues. Scroll down to download example agendas for basic and advanced watershed workshops

Contact Melissa Arthur, Education Programs and Outreach Director, for more information about WRAPS watershed education resources.