THE GREAT PLAINS ECOTOURISM COALITION’S CAMPAIGN

The Great Plains Ecotourism Coalition is committed to promoting environmental conservation and building thriving communities through nature-based tourism in the Great Plains. The Coalition includes both non-profit and for-profit members and is coordinated by staff at the Center for Great Plains Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The Center created this series of 12 posters to launch the coalition, which are available for sale via UNL as posters and postcard packs or on Amazon. The posters will be traveling the state in 2015, and are now on display at the Nebraska State Museum (Morrill Hall), the Stuhr Museum in Grand Island, Neb., and the Legacy of the Plains Museum in Gering, Neb.

December 17, 2015 american-white-pelican-audubon

The Great Whites

By Sarah Sortum, Switzer Ranch and Nature Reserve / Calamus Outfitters You know the metaphors: a sea of grass, waves […]

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As snow starts to cover the #GreatPlains, a quieter snow pic from South Dakota via Rebecca Buller, UNL Geography pic.twitter.com/Pr5Z0GIScM

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