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 Most sessions fill very early. 

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


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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