• JOHN REDMOND RESERVOIR GATES
  • The First Kansas Water Legacy Award Presented to Wayne Bossert
  • SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 2016 GOVERNOR'S WATER CONFERENCE
  • CLINTON RESERVOIR
  • KANSAS WATER AUTHORITY MEETING AT THE TWILIGHT THEATRE IN GREENSBURG
  • NEOSHO RIVER STREAMBANK STABILIZATION PROJECT - BEFORE CONSTRUCTION
  • NEOSHO RIVER STREAMBANK STABILIZATION PROJECT - AFTER CONSTRUCTION
  • OXFORD MILL - PHOTO COURTESY OF DENNIS SCHWARTZ, KWA MEMBER
  • Lieutenant Gen. Bostick, USACE Commander, Col. Pratt, Tulsa Dist., Tracy Streeter
  • GOVERNOR'S CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF WATER IN KANSAS
  • A LONG-TERM VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF WATER SUPPLY IN KANSAS
  • NATURAL RESOURCES SUBCABINET MEMBERS VISIT WITH CONGRESSIONAL REPS.
  • CONSTRUCTION OF SEDIMENT DISPOSAL SITE AT JOHN REDMOND RESERVOIR
  • KGS  TOUR -  DIRECTOR TRACY STREETER PRESENTING JOHN REDMOND PROJECT
  • KWO MATT UNRUH TRAVELING ACROSS KS, TORNADO N. OF ELLSWORTH, MAY 2015
  • EQUIPMENT UNLOADING FOR JOHN REDMOND RESERVOIR DREDGING PROJECT
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  •  KWO STAFF MATT UNRUH OUT & ABOUT - TONGANOXIE SUNFLOWERS
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Heres What's Happening at the KWO!

•  Kansas Water Office efforts recognized by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - 1/26/2016

•  Regional Advisory Commitee Meetings to be Held - Upper Republican; Smoky Hill-Saline; - 1/26/2016

  Kansas Water Authority Meeting to be Held in Topeka - 1/22/2016

•  Regional Advisory Committee Meetings to be Held - Solomon-Republican; Smoky Hill-Saline; Verdigris;
  
Great Bend Prairie; Neosho; Cimarron; Upper Arkansas; Upper Smoky Hill; Kansas;
   Equus-Walnut; Red Hills -
1/7/2015

•  The Kansas Water Office has completed a Supplemental Environmental Assessment (EA) to the
    Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) for the Removal and Disposal of Sediment and
    Restoration of Water Storage at John Redmond Reservoir, Kansas. The EA covers additional details regarding
    three sediment disposal sites. No areas beyond those covered in the PEIS or additional issues have been
    identified. An electronic copy of the EA is available for review on the John Redmond Dredging Initiative Project
    page until January 22, 2016. - 12/18/2015

 Kansas Water Authority Meeting to be Held in Ellsworth - 12/10/2015
    
The Kansas Water Authority will meet Thursday, December 17 at the JH Robbins Memorial Library
    219 North Lincoln, in Ellsworth, Kansas. More

  King and Kissick Appointed to Serve on Kansas Water Authority - 12/9/2015
    Governor Sam Brownback recently appointed Alan King and Calvin Kissick both of Wichita to serve on
    the Kansas Water Authority. More

•  Governor Sam Brownback and Water Vision Team Focus on Implementation
    Inaugural "Water Legacy Award" presented - 11/18/2015
    Manhattan, Kan. - Governor Sam Brownback told more than 600 attendees at the Governor's Conference
    on the Future of Water in Kansas that now is the time to take action to implement the Long Term Vision for
    the Future of Water Supply in Kansas. More

•  Governor's Water Conference to Focus on Vision Implementation - 11/10/2015   
    The Governor's Water Conference topics include: Developing additional sources of supply for rural
    communitites; A Long Term Vision for the Future of Water in Kansas - Implementation; Helping the
    general population understand water, have an emotional connection to its value as well as the value of
    conservation; Addressing social change to help increase the Water Vision effectiveness, achieve
    bottom line results and become more measurably vital; Reflections on Water and Education. More

•  This year there will be an addition to the conference! The Kansas Water Legacy Award will now be an
    annual award to recognize significant contributions & lasting impacts to the future of water in our great state!     

•   Governor's Water Conference Deadline Fast Approaching - 10/30/2015
      The Governor's Water Conference will be held Wednesday, November 18 and Thursday, November 19, 2015 at the
      Hilton Garden Inn & Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas. More

•   Governor's Water Conference Agenda is Now Available:  Agenda - Single Pages or Booklet

•   GOVERNOR'S WATER CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FOR DAY 2 HAS FILLED AND IS
     CLOSED - please contact the Kansas Water Office (785-296-3185) to be placed on a wait list for
     Day 2. 

•  Regional Advisory Committee Meetings to be Held: Equus-Walnut; Great Bend Prairie;
      Cimarron; Upper Arkansas - 10/13/2015

•  The Kansas Water Office Drought Report for September 2015 is now available. - 10/7/2015

  Governor's Water Conference to Focus on Implementation of the Kansas Water Vision - 10/6/2015

  Regional Advisory Committee Meetings to be Held: Upper Republican; Solomon-Republican;
    Upper Smoky Hill; Red Hills
- 10/6/2015

•   Water Supply Goals Approved and RAC Members Appointed - 10/1/2015
     Recently in Hutchinson the Kansas Water Authority (KWA) adopted the final water supply goals
     for each of the 14 regions. More.

•  Regional Advisory Committee Meetings to be Held: Neosho; Marais des Cygnes; Verdigris;
    Smoky Hill-Saline; Kansas; Missouri Committees -
Sept. & Oct. 2015