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Study: How to Preserve the Ogallala

Civil engineer Dave Steward details K-State research that helps shed light on how to extend the precious Ogallala Aquifer.
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Kansas begins plan to preserve forests

The Kansas Forest Service's Bob Atchison (right) says the state's forests, windbreaks and woodlands are under threat. Saving them is critical to local economies and public health. Kansas Forest Action Plan, Atchison
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Wind Erosion Research CenterK-State's New Wind Erosion Research Center

 

Air Quality

Wind Erosion Research Unit


Energy

Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy (Kansas State Univ.) | FAQ's | Links Library


Soil Quality

 
Natural Resources and Environmental Management

K-State Research and Extension helps Kansans balance use and protection of natural resources today and into the future. Our efforts in this area are most apparent through KCARE and KCSAAC, but carry over to every department, office, and center within our organization.

 

Climate Change: Implications for Kansas and the U.S.
Programs

 

 

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Recent News

Released: March 27, 2014

Fifty-six tornadoes were reported in Kansas last year, which made it the quietest year for tornadoes since 1994. According to the National Weather Service, only five of the tornadoes ranked as strong, violent tornadoes. There was one injury and no deaths.

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