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Conservation Program Update

The HOP is 40 acres of oak and hickory nestled on the bluffs overlooking the Blue River in south Kansas City. Honeysuckle removal is important for protecting this natural resource. Photo by Magali Rojas.

On Friday, December 9, Heartland Conservation Alliance’s Nature Action Crew will be honored as one of Mid-America Regional Council and Climate Action KC’s Resilient Success Stories. The Nature Action Crew is one of ten projects in the Kansas City area that work to promote positive change to increase climate resilience and sustainability. Thank you MARC and Climate Action KC!

The next Renew the Blue volunteer workday is Saturday, December 10 at The Heartland Overlook Preserve. Join our team of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to remove trash and invasive bush honeysuckle from our green spaces and streams. Your work will directly impact the Blue River, a vital resource in Kansas City, making it healthier and resilient for future generations. Volunteers must be at least 16, and have a guardian sign a waiver if they are under 18. Sign up on the HCA website.

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