Topeka Group

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Photo by Carol M. Highsmith, Library of Congress, the Ritchie house in Topeka, Kansas, built 1856, a stop on the Underground Railroad

Located between the Flint Hills and Wakarusa Groups, the Topeka Group includes the Kansas Capitol, providing its members a convenient opportunity to lobby in person on behalf of environmental legislation. Equity is of historical significance in the city that hosts the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site. Topeka is also home to the nationally recognized Washburn University Law School, which offers a certificate in Natural Resources Law. The Kansas River (a/k/a the Kaw) provides local recreational opportunities and water quality challenges. This area, like all of Kansas, occupies land that is part of the ancestral lands of the Osage Nation.

Find our meetings and events on the chapter calendar.

Topeka Group Leaders

Group Officers (elected by the group executive committee)

Topeka Group Chair: Chris Hamilton
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Secretary: Bill Cutler

Treasurer: Bill Cutler

Group Executive Comittee (elected by group members)
Bill Cutler (Topeka) (2021-2022)
Siebolt Frieswyck (Topeka) (2022-2023)
Chris Hamilton (Topeka) (2021-2022)
Paul Post (Topeka) (2021-2022)
Ramon Powers (Topeka) (2021-2022)

Every year the group executive committee elects one of its members to serve as a voting member of the chapter executive committee.

Chapter Delegate: Chris Hamilton
Chapter Delegate Alternate: Bill Cutler

Topeka Group Nominations Committee

Chair: Chris Hamilton - Contact Chris
Topeka ExCom member Ramon Powers, non-ExCom member Katherine Hamilton