Agriculture

U.S. officials see no need to secure water for Quivira National...

LAWRENCE — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has determined there is no need to secure water for a national wildlife refuge in south-central Kansas...

Kansas nurse sees promise in Poor People’s Campaign meeting with Biden...

TOPEKA — Poverty in Kansas might look different from how it appears in other states, according to Mary Jane Shanklin, a member of National Nurses...

Kansas delegation discovers bipartisan spirit to help pass $900 billion COVID-19...

Five Republicans and lone Democrat in Kansas congressional delegation vote to send $900 billion COVID-19 relief bill to President Trump.

Monarch butterflies qualify for endangered list, but officials may not take...

TOPEKA — Federal officials have declared the monarch butterfly “a candidate” for endangered status but punted on taking any action for several years, despite...

Tyson workers’ COVID-19 lawsuits could be quashed under GOP push in...

WASHINGTON — A wrongful death lawsuit filed in connection with a Tyson meat packing facility in Iowa alleged that managers secretly took bets on...

‘Adios amigos’: Roberts highlights work on agriculture policy, expresses hope for...

TOPEKA — In what he dubbed his “adios amigos” speech, U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts reflected on his path to politics, time spent as chairman...

One Kansas tradition goes on as usual this year — Bess...

CEDAR CREST — Bess and Betty stamped and snorted Tuesday morning in the guest parking lot of the governor's mansion, where for 40 minutes...

How the federal farm bill hurts Kansas and how to begin...

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives...

Farmers likely to see more multinational trade deals crafted in Biden...

WASHINGTON — American farmers who have gone through the drama and turbulence of trade and agriculture policy in the Trump administration can expect a...

Conservation project aims to restore Ogallala Aquifer through naturally occurring landforms

The future of water availability in western Kansas is receiving support from a multimillion-dollar project aimed at using existing land formations to recharge a...

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