Our activities depend on access to healthy wetland, stream, river and lake habitats with sustainable wildlife populations. We share those places with the Great Blue Heron, and want them to stay natural and accessible. We are committed to incorporating sound and sustainable practices in our own lives and supporting the organizations that serve these objectives. We also believe that education and shared participation in activities are key elements of a strong conservation ethic.
Great Blue Heron Outdoors is proud to be a supporter of the Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams (KAWS). We share KAWS's focus on protecting streams and wetlands and we support their efforts to improve access to clean waterways. These waters are where we wade!
FOK is a grassroots organization dedicated to protecting the Kansas River from pollution sources including: municipal and industrial wastewater discharges, new pollution sources and in river commercial sand and gravel mining. FOK also advocates for access to the Kansas River, which Great Blue Heron Outdoors promotes as well!
The Baker Wetlands comprises 927 acres of natural wildlife. It is home to a multitude of birds, vertebrate species, and plant species. The Baker Wetlands are located on ancestral lands of the Kaw Nation, Osage Nation, the Kickapoo Tribe, and the tribal communities represented by Haskell Indian National University.
38N promotes self-driven, local outdoor adventure and creative storytelling about your outdoor adventure. 38N accepts storytelling submissions which are all then celebrated at 38N Fest.
Ducks Unlimited is a volunteer-based organization that conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.The vision of Ducks Unlimited is wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever.