NW KS Groundwater Conservation Foundation Soil Probe Applications Due
The GMD4 Board of Directors meets monthly. For additional information about future meeting or minutes from previous meetings, please visit our Board of Director Agenda/Minutes page.
District Board and Northwest Kansas Groundwater Conservation
The Northwest Kansas Groundwater Conservation Foundation is offering a 50 % cost-share program for automated soil probes to producers within the NW KS GMD4 district. Each producer could be approved for two probes. Precedence will be given to High Priority Areas. Applications will be accepted through May 1, 2015 with review and final selection by the Board of Directors at their May 7, 2015 meeting.
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