Over the years, Kaw Council has had many, many campouts around the Kansas Watershed, hosted events for a wide variety of speakers and been supportive of a wide variety of sustainable activities in the area. Currently we have a 'Walkabout, Talkabout' Sunday walking series where we will take hikes in the area, followed by sitting at local cafes/potlucks and discussing varieties of topics, formally and informally.
Our main priority is to help sustain and develop a local Sense of Place and discover what it means to live in this watershed, in this bioregion, on this planet. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and have hosted a wide variety of projects over the years, including continental bioregional congresses, Ken Lassman's Wild Douglas County book, the Kaw Valley Seeds Project, and many, many more things--see our History section of our website for more information (www.Kawcouncil.org).
We have a tradition of having a Spring Event at Camp Hammond YMCA Camp between Lawrence and Topeka, although this has become intermittent in recent years.