The Southwest Kansas Groundwater Management District (GMD3) is located in the heart of the irrigation/agri-business, industrial complex overlying the Ogallala Aquifer.

The district was organized to conserve groundwater resources, prevent economic deterioration, and provide for the stabilization of agriculture by establishing the right of local users to determine their own destiny with respect to the use of groundwater.

Ready to roll up your sleeves?

Our regular board meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 13th at 9AM.

To attend via Zoom click here

Or call in 1 346 248 7799

Meeting ID 962 1086 4382  Passcode: 2757147

January Board Book

 

Board Meetings are typically held the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

 

 

The next Western Water Conservation Projects Funds Committee meeting will be announced at a later date. 

 

Click here to view minutes from previous meetings.

Kansas Grows Where Water Flows:

Click here to learn about the Kansas Aqueduct Coalition.

To contribute, click here.

 

FEWtures Survey can be taken here

Mark Your Calendar for 2 Upcoming Webinars

  • Farm to regional scale ammonia production, water treatment: options using wind energy. How does it work? January 14 ,2-3 p.m. CT
  • Economic feasibility of Ammonia Production and Water Treatment Using Locally Produced Wind Energy. Thursday, February 11,2-3p.m.

Join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone

For audio dial 1-646-749-3122

Access Code 304-158-749

Hosted by the Kansas Water Office

You can find more information on our events calendar.

 

 

 

2020 Report to the Membership

GMD3 Annual Meeting Presentation

Managing Water Risk Presentation from 2020 Annual Meeting

Member wells and pumping drawdown effects – From 2020 proposed revised Management Program

Do you qualify for the KDHE Mineralization Study?

Domestic well owners within the study area may have their water tested for free.

Water Sampling Letter

Water Sampling Area Map