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New Approach to Groundwater Conservation

K-State agricultural economist Bill Golden covers his new report on the impacts of the Local Enhanced Management Area on irrigation water use and farm profitability in Sheridan County, where the first-ever L-E-M-A was established...his analysis indicates that this approach to groundwater conservation is succeeding at an impressive level, reducing water use while sustaining good economic returns to producers.

March 26, 2019
Monitoring the Impacts of Sheridan County 6 Local Enhanced Management Area

Final Report for 2013-2017

March 13, 2019
16. Attitudes Toward Groundwater Use in the Ogallala Aquifer August 1, 2018
18. A Booming Interest in Groundwater Conservation in Kansas - Why Now? August 1, 2017
Preserving the Ogallala Aquifer

Bill Golden discusses ideas from the Governor's Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas, including economic realities of the water and his upcoming economic research on the subject.

November 16, 2016
Monitoring the Impacts of Sheridan County 6 Local Enhanced Management Area: Interim Report for 2013 – 2015 November 8, 2016
Monitoring the Impacts of Sheridan County 6 Local Enhanced Management Area: Interim Report for 2013 – 2014 November 15, 2015
The Impact of Ethanol in Western Kansas The Impact of Ethanol in the Southern High Plains of Texas March 9, 2011
Economic Impacts of Selected Water Conservation Policies in the Ogallala Aquifer June 1, 2009
Potential Economic Impact of Water Use Changes in Northwest Kansas February 1, 2008