Guide to Kansas' Water Terms        

Class of 2004 Team Members:

Warren Bell, Coffey County; Marilyn Eccles, Coffey County; Gale Garber, Johnson County; Joe Kerby, Wilson County; Steve Swaffar, Shawnee County


This effort is possible due to funds received from the Kansas Water Plan and an EPA Section 319 Non Point Source  grant administered by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.


Improving water quality in Kansas is the responsibility of all Kansas citizens.   Not everyone has been trained to understand the complex language of water resource management.  This book was produced to help those working to improve water quality as volunteers, educators, natural resource managers, and laborers to better communicate amongst ourselves and our communities about the increasingly complex issues of water quality in Kansas.  


You can download a copy of this booklet or find links to the booklet at the following websites: