Over the last 35 years, I have been involved in the design and fabrication of many museum exhibits in approximately 75 museums, that relate to education and conservation. I invite you to look at my business website: My work for others or through my own company include drawing public attention to the changing climate, assisting in eliminating wildlife poaching, the necessity of preserving endangered species, educating about why conservation is even relevant, etc. My mobile exhibits that teach about soil and water conservation have had an estimated attendance of over 2 million visitors so far. I am firmly committed to the belief that conservation is everybody's business because we all share the same planet and breath the same air. 


Support for Conservation: 

Partial list of recent projects by  Randall Bennett  Tall Grass Museum Services

More work may be seen at

Clinton Lake Visitor Center;

Lawrence, Ks  

 Hillsdale Lake Visitor Center;

Hillsdale, Ks.    

Mobile Soils Exhibit;

Miami County Conservation District 

Paola, Ks.

Dry Tortugas National Park sea turtle exhibit

Fort Jefferson Visitor Center, Florida;

Flint Hills Discovery Center;

Manhattan, Kansas


Partial list of museums or public places containing Randall Bennett's artwork, past projects:


Kentucky History Center, Frankfort KY.

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park Visitor Center, Borrego Springs, CA;  anza-borrego desert state park visitor center

Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center, Key West, FL;

Bermuda Natural History Museum, Flatts, Bermuda;

Great Lakes Aquarium, Duluth, MN

Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, Sanibel Island, Florida;

Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois

Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, Illinois

Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge,Prairie Learning Center, Prairie City, Iowa;

Libby Dam Visitor Center, Libby, Montana

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, Great Falls, Montana

Big Bend National Park, Visitor Center, Texas

Loess Hills State Forest Visitor Center, Iowa

Fort Snelling State Park, Minnesota

Custer State Park Visitor Center, Custer, South Dakota

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, Washburn, North Dakota

Coon Rapids Dam Visitor Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Putnam Museum of Natural History, Davenport, Iowa

Sternberg Museum of Natural History, Hays, Kansas;

Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve Interpretive Center, Watsonville, CA

The Outdoor Campus, SD Department of Fish,Game,and Parks,Sioux Falls, SD

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, Jackson, MS;

American Cave Museum, Horse Cave, Kentucky

Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center, Clarksville, IN



Conservation Projects & Causes

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Soil Tunnel Trailer -  | Randall Bennett

Soil Tunnel Trailer

The Soil Tunnel Trailer is used across the Midwest, USA, to educate youth and adults about the relationship between their daily activities and the resulting effects on soil, water and other natural resources. The soil Tunnel Trailer serves as a learning tool and backdrop for a variety of lessons at schools, field days, fairs, and more.