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The Last Wild Places of Kansas / Book Review

Published by University Press of Kansas, The Last Wild Places of Kansas shares where to find hidden landscapes across the state. (Flickr Photo by Randy Watson)

Kansas was once a wild place. Unsettled. Unexplored by Europeans. But what about now? Are there still secret, wild places worth exploring? A new book says YES. Commentator Rex Buchanan has this review of The Last Wild Places of Kansas, by George Frazier.

Rex Buchanan is an avid reader and regular contributor to Kansas Public Radio. The book he reviewed is called The Last Wild Places of Kansas: Journeys into Hidden Landscapes, by George Frazier. When he's not reading books, Rex Buchanan serves as the interim director of the Kansas Geological Survey, here at the University of Kansas.  

The Last Wild Places of Kansas (Book Review by Rex Buchanan)

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