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The Kansas Sampler Foundation announced that the biannual We Kan! Conference wil...

Kansas Explorer Club

Kansas Explorer Club

Members of the Kansas Explorer Club receive 5-6 print newsletters a year full of things to see and do that are off the beaten path.

We Kan!

We Kan!

The Big Rural Brainstorm will be held March 7 in Newton in 2016.

Rural Culture Elements

Rural Culture Elements

The 8 rural culture elements are: architecture, art, commerce, cuisine, customs, geography, history and people! They help you see a place with new eyes.

8 Wonders

8 Wonders

Have you seen the 8 Wonders of Kansas Guidebook? Let it guide you to all 216 Wonders!

ERV

ERV

Marci and WenDee, of the Kansas Sampler Foundation, are going to every (626) incorporated city in Kansas to research for the second edition of the Kansas Guidebook for Explorers.

Big Kansas Road Trip

Big Kansas Road Trip

The showcase counties are Barber, Comanche and Kiowa. The event will be held over four days, May 3-6, 2018.

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WORKSHOP - Rural Kansas: Come & Get It 2.0

Rural Kansas: Come and Get It  2.0  

April 17, Greensburg, 1-4 p.m. FREE

MUST REGISTER

The "Rural Kansas: Come and Get It” site, getruralkansas.org is merging with the state tourism site!  This means the 600,000+ people who go to the state site will now have access to your information too! 

Whether your town has a presence on getruralkansas.org or not, if you’re rural (approx. 5,000 population or less), you are eligible to be part of this site which will now be a microsite on the state tourism’s TravelKS.com! If you do not have a web presence for your tourism and explorer-y attractions, this free site would make sense for you.  At the workshop, Marci Penner will help you see what you have in your town and then staff from the KDWP&T office and WenDee Rowe of the Kansas Sampler Foundation will help you start to populate your site using the eight rural culture elements as categories.