Water Agencies        

 

The Kansas Water Office coordinates the Kansas water planning process in cooperation with the Kansas Water Authority (Kansas Water Office)
 
The mission of the Kansas Rural Water Association is:
To provide leadership, education, and technical assistance to public water and wastewater utilities to enhance the public health and to sustain Kansas' communities (Kansas Rural Water Association)
 
Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water (EPA Office of Ground Water)
EPA provides information about safe water practices by explaining the laws and regulations of drinking water in regards to public, ground, and source water systems. Other resources about management and water security are available through this site.
 
The Division of Water Resources administers 30 laws and responsibilities including the Kansas Water Appropriation Act which governs how water is allocated and used; statutes regulating the construction of dams, levees and other changes to streams; the state's four interstate river compacts; as well as coordinating the national flood insurance program in Kansas (Division of Water Resources).
 
Resources for all environmental purposes such as livestock waste management, watershed management, Emissions inventory, and hazardous waste permitting.
 
The mission of the Kansas Geological Survey is to conduct geological studies and research and to collect, correlate, preserve, and disseminate information leading to a better understanding of the geology of Kansas, with special emphasis on natural resources of economic value, water quality and quantity, and geologic hazards (KGS).
 
As a researching organization, the KBS conducts research about ecosystem ecology, environmental analysis, conservation of ecosystems, and programs to further educate the public about environmental conservation.
 

 Updates of the recreational aspect of the environment are kept on this site; from hunting seasons to tourist attractions throughout Kansas.  

 

 

Statewide non-profit association of many organizations, businesses and individuals working to promote non-biased and science-based environmental education to Kansans (KACEE)