Environment

Pandemic restricts access to malfunctioning weather equipment, compromising accuracy

Temperatures recorded at a western Kansas weather station in late September captured the attention of a researcher looking for the first measurable snowfall in...

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...

Kansans blast Evergy’s ‘discriminatory’ fee proposals for solar panel use

About 100 Kansans voiced concerns during a virtual public hearing Thursday night regarding proposals from Evergy to alter the rate structure for solar energy...

U.S. Mint releases new coin honoring Kansas’ Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve

TOPEKA — The U.S. Mint on Thursday released a new coin set honoring Kansas’ Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, the only site within the National...

Why Kansas politicians of both parties should embrace the Green New...

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...

Thank you, Kansas governors, for the moratorium on wind development in...

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...

Kansas adds to Flint Hills Trail in Osawatomie for bikers, riders,...

TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly joined local officials in Osawatomie to recognize improvements in Miami County to the Flint Hills Trail used by cyclists,...

Restoring full $8 million for Kansas water programs harder than turning...

Revision of Kansas tax revenue estimates in November will offer clue as to whether State Water Plan budget cut can be reversed by Legislature, governor.

Gov. Laura Kelly, Invenergy outline economic jolt of electric transmission project

Gov. Laura Kelly, Lt. Gov. Lynn Rogers tout potential of Invenergy's plan for transmission line to carry Kansas wind power to the east.

KU, Haskell and K-State to collaborate on $6 million intermittent stream...

KSU, Haskell and KU in Kansas will collaborate on $6 million, four-year NSF research project on water-quality issues of intermittent streams.

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