The Future of Groundwater in Kansas

2 years ago | Apr 20, 2015
By: Brock Ternes, CEP Intern
Groundwater resources are important for most Kansas farmers, ranchers, industries, and households, as the High Plains aquifer supplies 70 percent of all water used in the state.

Videos showcase climate solutions from Kansas farms & ranches

2 years ago | Apr 07, 2015
By: Rachel Myslivy, Program Director

It's been almost three years since CEP started the Water + Energy Progress initiative.  This weekend, I was looking back on my farm notebook from that spring.  We found morels on March 15, nearly one month earlier usual!  (none yet this...

Seeing is believing.

3 years ago | Jan 27, 2015
By: Rachel Myslivy, Program Director

 

Water + Energy Progress identifies and celebrates Kansas farmers and ranchers who are using innovative methods to save water and energy.  Since the project started in 2012, we’ve tried to use innovative methods to tell their...

Another Year of Soil Health

3 years ago | Jan 06, 2015
By: Caleb Hall
How fitting that Water and Energy Progress enters another year of aiding soil health just as the international community begins a newfound focus on the same related issues.

Water + Energy Progress Bus Tour - RSVP Today!

3 years ago | Dec 04, 2014
Join Water + Energy Progress Award winners,
Lucinda Stuenkel, Dale Strickler, Gail Fuller, and Ted Alexander
for tours featuring Stuenkel and Strickler's farms in Palmer and Courtland
on Friday, December 12* from 7:30 am-6:30 pm,