Kansas Center for Agricultural Resources and the Environment(KCARE) was established to coordinate and enhance research, extension and teaching activities pertaining to environmental issues related to agriculture.
Our Mission is to develop and deliver knowledge that helps Kansans balance 'utilization' and 'protection' of natural resources today and into the future.
Read the KCARE E-newsletter, December Issue.
In the News
Rain barrels are available in Hays on April 7, 2016. Click here for details.
Interested in installing tire tanks for livestock watering, developing low volume springs, or installing a solar water pump? Go to the KCARE Publications page to read publications on these subjects.
Two publications have been developed about sedimentation in Kansas reservoirs and lakes. Read more about them on the Publications page.
Vision for the Future of Water Supply in Kansas
Governor Brownback has led the development of a long-term vision for the future of water supply in Kansas. Too keep up with the latest efforts to implement the Vision for the Future of Water Supply in Kansas, refer to the Kansas Water Office website: