Donate

Donations enhance programs and activities that protect park resources and provide visitor services. Philanthropic contributions continue to make a significant difference that can be felt and seen for decades to come by present and future generations, yet aid in addressing immediate on-going needs at the preserve. Such generous contributions assist the preserve in many ways, as can be seen by the Emile F. Jr. and Irene Soyez story. We welcome and are grateful for your support.

A targeted list of priority needs is identified below. If you would like to make a donation that benefits Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, you may do so by mail. Please make out a check to Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.

By Mail:


1. Mail the check to:

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
ATTN: Superintendent
2480 B KS Hwy 177
Strong City, KS 66869




Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve

Priority Projects and needs:

  • Bison herd management
  • Prairie restoration
  • Trail maintenance - over 41 miles of directional markers, mowing and gravel needs, and make trail improvements for erosion control
  • Topeka Shiner (endangered fish species) management
  • Barn and other historic structures restoration needs
  • House stabilization, cornice molding repair, and plaster repair
  • Interpretive waysides, building/historic furnishings exhibits
  • Remote viewing (educational) equipment
  • ADA access via remote viewing to virtually visit the interior of the historic structures
  • Prairie viewing, bison watching, and prairie chicken lek observations to name just a few
  • Historic collections preservation needs
  • Interpretive and Educational Programs
  • Support park planning processes (NEPA and NHPA/106) required to protect the 10,894 acre National Historic Landmark (NHL) and as required to determine whether expanded interpretive, educational, and visitor experience opportunities can be allowed within the NHL.


Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
Donation Recognition Policy

If you would like to learn more or make inquiries about making donations, you may contact the superintendent by phone at (620) 273-6034 or email. You may send written inquiries to:

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
ATTN: Superintendent
2480B KS Hwy 177
Strong City, KS 66869

Last updated: June 24, 2015

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

2480B KS Hwy 177
Strong City, KS 66869

Phone:

(620) 273-8494 xhit 0

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