There are many ways to help support the ARC. Donate through Amazon Smile, give the gift of an event in your community, make a monetary donation or become a volunteer.
Thank you to all who entered the 2021 Nature Photo contest. Watch our Facebook page to vote for your favorites. Winners coming soon! Great job to all entrants!
May 6 - Rock Springs Family Farm as part of the Big Kansas Road Trip from 4:00-6:00 pm
May 8- Picnic in the park as part of the Big Kansas Road Trip at noon. Pack a picnic and join us!
May 14- Private event.
May 18- USD 113 Wetmore at the ARC. Private event
May 22- Pollinator Plot Planting by the ARC Rangers
Check out upcoming events in your community or book a private party at the ARC
The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 required that ARC Wild adapt to survive. True to nature, we not only adapted but grew by acquiring and training new ambassadors and humans and successfully tested our ability to provide Kansas agritourism at the ARC. Despite the shutdown, we grew.
ARC Wild - Where Wild Things Teach is a conservation education program designed to reconnect today’s youth with nature. We are USDA, state and federally licensed to teach through live animal encounters, hands on activities and interactive classroom lecture. ARC Wild programs serve rural youth in northeast Kansas and southeast Nebraska communities.