Friday, January 11, 2008

Rare Prairie near Wichita purchased by city of Wichita

In a hidden pocket of southeastern Sedgwick County lies a piece of Kansas prairie never touched by a plow. Forty acres of native grass and woodlands have been closely guarded by the Means family since 1873. But the land is about to change hands.
The new owner? The city of Wichita, which intends eventually to make it a park for a rapidly developing area.
Here is the entire article.

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