KTWU Sunflower Journeys
A series of programs related to Kansas history, geography and culture that covers a broad range of topics illustrating various aspects of the past, present and future of the Sunflower State.Visit KTWU Sunflower Journeys Website
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Sycamore Springs; Huron Indian Cemetery; For Riley's Fall Apple Days
Airplane Salvage Yard; Unusual Items on the Historic Register; KS Rocks Recreation Park
Bee Keeping; Adult Astronaut Adventure; Plains People:Brenda Culbertson
Wilson After Harvest/Czech Festival; Sunflower Selfies; Vinland, KS Fair
Life on the Frontier; Chisholm Trail's 150th; Plains People:Deborah Divine
Lincoln Reenactment Days; Glamping in Kansas; Evel Knievel Museum in Topeka
Wildwood Zipline; Baker Wetlands Discovery Center; Operation Wildlife
KSAC Radio at KSU; Jobs for America's Graduates; Plains People: Kaylee Erickson
Two segments that feature Mil Penner from the Sunflower Journeys archive
Tina Criqui operates a snowplow in this 2006 segment of Sunflower Journeys.
Short Takes - Sunflower Journeys Segment Collection: Straw Bale Homes built in Kansas
Jim Lehrer of the PBS NewsHour spends time in Kansas and Missouri.
Biography of Father Emil Kapaun, chaplain who died in POW camp during the Korean War.
C. L. Brown starts company that grows in to Sprint
National Teachers Hall of Fame, Emporia, Kansas
Praire Moon Waldorf School, Lawrence, KS