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About K-State Research and Extension

 

K-State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a partner in the nationwide land-grant system of universities that was created in the 1860s to educate people from all walks of life and to generate and distribute useful public knowledge. K-State scientists and extension faculty can draw on the expertise and accumulated studies and discoveries of the land-grant system, other universities, state and federal agencies, and industry. Headquartered on campus in Manhattan, K-State Research and Extension includes statewide county/district extension offices, research centers, and experiment fields supported by county, state, federal, and private funds.

 


History

The Grand Challenges

Land Grant Tradition

Vision and Mission

Core Values

Strategic Plan

 

 

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