KCARE offers insight into the topics of conversation that took place during the Ogallala Aquifer Summit

Farmers and ranchers, water specialists, and government officials recently met in Kansas for the Ogallala Aquifer Summit.
The aquifer covers roughly 175,000 square miles, spanning key ag areas in Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.

Susan Metzger, Director of the Kansas Center for Agricultural Resources and the Environment, spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on the aquifer’s significance, current risks associated with the aquifer’s use, and the topic of conversations at the summit.

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