Wednesday, January 20, 2021
     

KRWA Conference 2021 Cancelled

The Board of Directors of the Kansas Rural Water Association has determined that due to the many unknowns concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, KRWA's 2021 conference & exhibition is cancelled.  KRWA has continued to provide services to water and wastewater system during the COVID-19 Pandemic . . .

KRWA also continues to provide in-person training with social distancing. AS OF NOVEMBER 10, KRWA IS REQUIRING MASKS BE WORN BY ALL THOSE ATTENDING IN-PERSON TRAINING. BRING YOUR OWN, OR KRWA WILL ALSO PROVIDE AT EACH SESSION.  KRWA also is providing virtual training. Check KRWA's training schedule at https://krwa.net/TRAINING/Schedule-Register/c/training. Most sessions fill very early. 

If any water or wastewater system is in need of help, just send an email to krwa@krwa.net or call the office at 785.336.3760 or contact a staff member directly. Find their contact information under "About" on this page.

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E-News for Jan. 18, 2021

01/18/2021 - Weekly KRWA E-News

Drought Leads to Higher Rates of Aquifer Decline
The Kansas Geological Survey has reported early indications that groundwater levels across parts of Kansas have shown a significant decline due to ongoing drought conditions. “We’ve seen declines anywhere from a couple of feet up to over 10 feet have been pretty prevalent,” said Brownie Wilson, GIS...

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