The institute is building an education center on their Griffith Prairie just east of Grand Island.
Griffith Prairie is a diverse landscape with ponds, river access, meadows and steep gullies.
Prairie Plains Resource Institute regularly hosts a barn jam where good food is grilled and live music taken in.
Prairie Plains Resource Institute's out of Aurora operates two nearby preserves, maintaining and restoring Nebraska ecosystems in the central part of the state.
Gjerloff Prairie's 390 acres offers open prairie, gulleys, steep cliffs, and half a mile of riverfront. It is open to the public for hiking, and the institute hosts monhtly gatherings with food and music in their barnn — currently being renovated into an education center which will also be available for meetings and weddings. The institute completed the purchase of the nearby 650 acre Sherman Ranch in 2016.
Latitude: N41 00 52.3
Longitude: W98 04 30.9
Nebraska's Sandhills rank in ecological importance with places like the Amazon according to the World Wildlife Fund.
The Loup River System is the most constant flowing river system in the world according to the University of Nebraska.
Stuhr Museum gives visitors a glimpse of what it was like to live on the prairie in the 1800s.