Here are links to the artist's websites etc to learn more about their work. Also see previous blogposts. You can follow us all across Oklahoma shooting our documentary too in previous posts.
Kim Baker http://www.oklahomaphotography.com/ http://www.oklacps.com/
Grace Grothaus http://www.gracegrothaus.com/
Katherine Liontas-Warren in the Wichita Mountains: http://www.katherineliontas.com/portfolio/main.php?g2_itemId=339 http://www.katherineliontas.com/portfolio/main.php?g2_itemId=183
Jack Bryan http://www.artistjackbryan.com/
Jeri Redcorn http://www.redcornpottery.com/index.html
Dr. Ian Thompson http://www.choctawnation.com/
Sue Folsom http://www.choctawnation.com/
Nature Conservancy's Four Canyon Preserve http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/oklahoma/placesweprotect/four-canyon-preserve.xml
The Conservancy's Four Canyon Preserve encompasses 4,000 acres of mixed-grass prairie, rugged canyons, and floodplain along the Canadian River in southern Ellis County. Scenic prairie ridges traverse the landscape, dissected by deep chinquapin oak-lined canyons draining to the river. These prairies provide habitat for a number of rare grassland birds, such as Cassin's sparrow and Swainson's hawk, and additional species of concern including reptiles like the Texas horned lizard, as well as numerous state-rare plants. The cool, wooded canyons stand in contrast to the surrounding prairies, and provide habitat for birds like red-bellied woodpecker and painted bunting. The Canadian River on the preserve provides habitat for the federally endangered least tern, the threatened Arkansas River shiner, as well as stopover habitat for migratory shorebirds including the sandhill crane.
Taxodium distichum (Bald-cypress, Baldcypress, Bald Cypress, Cypress,Southern-cypress,White-cypress, Tidewater Red-Cypress, Gulf-Cypress, Red-Cypress, or Swamp Cypress) is a deciduous conifer that grows on saturated and seasonally inundated soils of the Southeastern and Gulf Coastal Plains of the United states.