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Water: Preserving Our Most Precious Natural Resource

March 8, 2015: How much water is left in the High Plains aquifer? How can Kansas preserve this natural resource? Join us for highlights from Washburn's recent water symposium, featuring Rex Buchanan, interim director of the Kansas Geological Survey.  Other presenters include Professor Dietrich Earnhart, Director of the Center for Environmental Policy at the University of Kansas; Michael Tate, Director of the Bureau of Water at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment; Matthew Sanderson, Associate Professor of Sociology at Kansas State University.  We'll also tour the current "Drift and Drag: Reflections on Water" exhibit at Washburn's Mulvane Museum,  and hear from Julene Bair, author of The Ogalalla Road, from her Kansas Day talk at Washburn University.

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