Black Jack Battlefield Prairie Restoration Project
Join Grassland Heritage Foundation, Native Lands LLC, and Black Jack Battlefield and Nature Park in a prairie restoration project at this National Historic Landmark just outside of Baldwin City, KS. This project is a great opportunity to learn more about both our local ecology and our local history. We are continuing the work that we started in June of 2020 and are excited to welcome you back to Black Jack in 2021!
Late Summer and Fall 2021 to be announced this summer!
This project has been funded entirely by a grant from the Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council. However, the content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not officially represent the views of the Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council.
Invasive Species Removal Workday
Thursday, May 6th, 2021
5 PM to 7 PM
Join Grassland Heritage Foundation and Native Lands LLC at Black Jack Battlefield and Nature Park on Thursday, May 6th from 5 PM to 7 PM for an evening of brush clearing and invasive plant removal. At this workday, we will be clearing invasive and woody plants from the remnant prairie at the park. Join us to learn how to remove invasive plants and help us restore a slice of prairie!
We will be suppling all necessary tools and supplies, but feel free to bring along your own loppers and gloves if you are more comfortable.
Please contact Kaitlyn at if you have any questions!
If you plan to attend, please RSVP using the link below. This will help us contact you if we need to cancel or reschedule due to inclement weather.
Black Jack Battlefield is located at 163 E 2000 Rd, Wellsville, KS 66092 (
Please come prepared for working outdoors. Be sure to wear long pants and sturdy, closed-toed shoes. Remember to bring along a water bottle, bug spray, sunscreen, and a hat if needed.