Kansas Farm Bureau wants water plan funding

Kansas lawmakers are trying to fully fund a water plan before a shortage impacts agriculture.

The state’s Farm Bureau is lobbying for more money since they have depleted reservoirs and the Ogallala Aquifer.
A producer says that one of the major issues is quality due to uranium leaching from Colorado and the Arkansas River.

The Kansas Farm Bureau says that the plan includes a water injector dredging program for Tuttle Creek out of Manhattan to try and recoup as best as they can.

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