Watershed Land Trust, Inc.

Address

7211 W. 98th Terr 140
Overland Park, KS 66202
Phone: 1 913-685-4600
Fax: 1 913-341-1331
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General Information

Contact Email: 
Frank@WatershedInstitute.biz
Organizational Narrative: 

The Watershed Land Trust (WLT) Is a nonprofit charitable organization which was formed to hold land in fee simple and/or conservation easements in perpetuity. Most Land Trust's mission is to hold vast areas of land typically in large sections. The WLT is unique in that its mission and focus is to preserve watersheds, waterways, streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands, and adjacent (riparian) corridors and green space primarily for the benefit of water quality. Often times, these will be mitigation sites or in other words, sites that were created or improved as a result of an adverse impact elsewhere.

Provider Background

General Services: 
Education
Grant Assistance
Facilitation Resources
General Services Details: 

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BMP's / Tech Implementation: 
Stream bank stabilization & restoration
Wetland management
Stormwater
Erosion control
BMP's / Tech Details: 

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Service Area

All - We serve the entire state

Additional Information

WRAPS Projects your organization is currently working with: 
The Watershed Land Trust works closely with the Watershed Institute who works closely with Clarks Creek WRAPS; Grouse-Silver Creek WRAPS; Lower Smokey Hill WRAPS; Marion WRAPS; and the Big Hill WRAPS. The Institute also works on projects funded through the NRCS, KDWP, State Conservation Commission, The Kansas Water Office, EPA, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Other Services

Land Trust and Conservation Easements

The Watershed Land Trust (WLT) Is a nonprofit charitable organization which was formed to hold land in fee simple and/or conservation easements in perpetuity. Most Land Trust's mission is to hold vast areas of land typically in large sections. The WLT is unique in that its mission and focus is to preserve watersheds, waterways, streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands, and adjacent (riparian) corridors and green space primarily for the benefit of water quality. Often times, these will be mitigation sites or in other words, sites that were created or improved as a result of an adverse impact elsewhere.