Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance
To promote greater awareness, appreciation & stewardship of the cultural and natural resources of the Kansas (Kaw) River Valley.
Buy our newest publication:
"Exploring the Kaw Valley:
A Guide to the Natural and Historic Treasures of the Kansas River Valley"
by Lynn Byczynski
Read Attitudes of Kaw Valley Residents toward Surface Water Quality (PDF)
A Survey Commissed by KVHA and funded by EPA Region VII
Prepared by David Burress and Brian L. Harris, Research Economists,
Policy Research Institute, University of Kansas - December 2000
For More Information, see "The Kansas River Corridor--Its Geologic Setting, Land Use, Economic Geology, and Hydrology," by the Kansas Geological Survey.
The Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance recently incorporated as a nonprofit organization in Kansas. It currently consists of more than 40 groups that have signed a Partnership Agreement. Representatives of these groups serve on the Steering Committee, on the Board of Directors, or on KVHAs subcommittees. Other individuals, committed to KVHAs vision but not affiliated with one of the partnering groups, are eligible to serve on the Steering Committee or Board of Directors as well. Individuals can also help the Alliance implement its vision for the Kaw Valley by working on one of the subcommittees, on the newsletter, or by volunteering to help with programs, projects or events sponsored by the Alliance.
- Culture and History
- Livable Communities
- Recreation, Travel & Leisure
- Water & Natural Resources
- Kansas StreamLink, our highly successful watershed education and exploration program, has its very own wonderful website. Check it out!
For more information on how to get involved in the Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance, send an email note to email@example.com
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Funding for KVHAs River Festival, publications, and other important programs have been provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region VII; Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), the National Park Service; the Kansas Water Office through the State Water Plan in support of the Governors Water Quality Initiative; the National Endowment for the Arts; the Kansas Humanities Council; and the Division of Travel and Tourism of the Kansas Department of Commerce & Housing as well as private and corporate support. KVHA welcomes the support of anyone interested in helping the Alliance achieve its goals. Please contact us at either our email address firstname.lastname@example.org or 414 E. 9th St., Suite B; Lawrence, KS 66044-2629.