Kansas State University Ag Profitability Conference Addresses Ogallala Aquifier Depletion

Government agencies and agricultural producers are working to conserve what is left of the Ogallala Aquifier in order to keep surrounding lands productive for future generations. The Ogallala has long served as the water source for farmland irrigation in western Kansas and other states. K-State agricultural economists are slated to hold a conference that will analyze the profitability of new innovations and the effectiveness of processes like the Intensive Groundwater-Use Control Areas (IGUCAs) and Local Enhanced Management Areas (LEMA).

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