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Water, Energy, and Rural Kansas: How They’re Connected, What the Future May Hold

Date and Time: June 28, 2021, 7:00 PM CT

Location: Onaga Community Center, 100 Union Pacific Dr, Onaga
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For decades, many rural counties in Kansas have experienced population decline. This is due in part to more efficient agricultural and industrial practices. This presentation explores the complex relationship between natural resources, renewable energy sources, public land access, and population trends in both rural and urban areas. Economic impact and viability are important considerations when planning for the long-term future of Kansas, but this presentation encourages us to consider the value of our natural surroundings in securing the best future for generations to come. Presented by Rex Buchanan.


This presentation is part of Humanities Kansas's Crossroads: Change in Rural America Initiative.

Sponsored by: Onaga Historical Society

For more information about this event, please contact:
Linda Roggenkamp
(785) 844-0340
http://https://www.facebook.com/Onaga-Historical-Society-1742220376089128/

 

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