2013 Case Studies

The first round of Water + Energy Progress Awards include producers using cover crops, no-till, subsurface drip irrigation and irrigation scheduling.  Producers are recognized for extraordinary collaboration with fellow producers as well as natural resource organizations.   We have massive ranches held by the same families for four generations and farmers who now work alongside their grandsons.  The stories are educational and inspiring! 
 
It's great to see such good work!

Gail Fuller


Farming in Nature's Image

September 2013

Ted Alexander


A "Used Sunlight Salesman"

October 2013

Sheridan 6 LEMA


Saving Water for Future Generations

November 2013

Dale Strickler


Growing the Soil

December 2013

Darrin Unruh


Collaborative Conservation

January 2014

Richard Wenstrom


Pioneers in the field: Irrigation Scheduling

February 2014

Wendell Nicholas & Eldon Schmidt


Pioneers in the Field: Subsurface Drip Irrigation

March 2014

2013 Water + Energy Progress Awards


Governor Brownback presents 2013 Awards

March 2014

Pete Ferrell


What's good for Ecology is good for the Economy.

April 2014