Kansas WaterLINK is an EPA 319-funded project that aims to pair Kansas colleges with communities to implement watershed restoration and improvement projects. Competitive minigrants are available up to $5,000 to support projects. Projects may range from developing educational materials for producers on best management practices to reduce water contamination from agricultural land to conducting community water education fairs or stream monitoring. Projects are designed to reinforce class learning objectives. We aim to engage students and faculty from all majors and interests. WaterLINK projects add capacity to WRAPS initiative by providing expertise of faculty and students. More information and project profiles can be accessed at www.ksu.edu/waterlink.
Education Kansas WaterLINK can pair communities with a college students that will work to create solutions to your watershed information and education needs.
Stormwater Kansas WaterLNK can pair communities with a college course that can contribute to a community stormwater management and NPDES BMPs.
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