Spring 2000 KANSAS
Arnold's Greenhouse in LeRoy offers one the largest covered plant-shopping area in America.
By Marti Attoun
Anchor of the Smoky Hill Route
Monuments in a cemetary are all that remain of Fort Wallace-Once a major military presence on the plains.
By L.R. Pyle
Preserving Our Natural Heritage
The Nature Conservancy is working to protect rare and fargile natural areas in Kansas.
By Sally M. Snell
Talk to the Animals
Visitors can get up-close and personal with endangered, injured, and orphaned animals at the Safari Zoological Park in Caney.
By Jackie Ryan
The Kansas Firefighters Museum
Retired fireman B.K. Owens realizes a dream witht he opening of a new museum in Wichita.
By Fred Solis
Focusing on Films
Films made by budding Kansas film makers are int he spotlight at the annual KAN Film Festival in Lawrence.
By Keith Russell
On Stage in Abilene
Hard work and community support have made a professional theater company a reality in Abilene.
By Judith Galas
A Champion for Rural Kansas
Inman native Marci Penner has dedicated her life to discovering and promoting Kansas' hidden treasures.
By Ron Welch
Under the Wire
LaCrosse celebrates 30 years as the "Barbed wire capital of the World" and also pays tribute to another fencing medium-post rock.
By Keith Riedl
Genny's Rhubarb Coffee Cake from Genny's Country Cupboard in Abilene.
Volume 55, Issue 1
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover:Spring at the Old Dutch Mill in Wamego by Michael Snell