Located on the historic Rogler Ranch just north of Matfield Green, the Pioneer Bluffs Center for Flint Hills Ranching Heritage invites ranchers, locals, schools, and visitors seeking a Flint Hills experience to come along with us as we journey through time to explore our history, and join us as we examine contemporary ranching issues.
Learn what makes ranching in the Flint Hills unique and hear stories from local ranchers.
Ranching Education Resources
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Things to Do
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Honoring Flint Hills cowhands of yesterday and today. Cowboy history, in photos, video, and story, by Greg Hoots, author and historian Branding—Leave your family brand at Pioneer Bluffs! Bring your branding iron, or come watch branding demonstrated (on wood). Roping demonstration—watch trick roping, then give it a try! Voices of the Tallgrass Prairie—we’ll record tales of ranching and cowboys, tell your story! Heritage Roundup—we invite families to bring ranch exhibits and photos that share a story. Cowboy movies shown in…Find out more »
A collection of recollections from seasoned Flint Hills ranchers and other cow-folk, captured on film by Kansas photographer Mark Feiden. Project funded by Humanities Kansas.Find out more »
Dear Friends, We have an opportunity to do even more! Will you help? Match Day is an exciting event sponsored by the Emporia Community Foundation. It provides a pool of matching funds to 25 selected organizations within the area —including Pioneer Bluffs. Your Match Day gift will fund educational family programs and exhibits that you choose (see enclosed reply card), important in our mission to preserve the ranching heritage of the Flint Hills. To qualify for a match with your…Find out more »