Reservoirs are rare in southwestern Kansas. As early as 1925, residents of the small town of Meade realized that having the only lake and park around would probably be a boon to local businesses. That year, the state legislature had created the Kansas Forestry, Fish, and Game Commission with the power to construct lakes andContinue reading “Meade State Park”
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Cornell University has put together an excellent online guide called Cover Crops for Vegetable Growers. While the seasonal information is tailored to conditions in New York, this site is still an excellent resource for Kansas country families. Some useful general information comes first: Reasons to consider planting a cover crop. How to use cover cropsContinue reading “Cover Crops for Vegetable Growers”
While some Kansas reservoirs were extremely controversial, Lovewell Reservoir had support from the local residents. The northern part of the Smoky Hills is dry, with winds that quickly evaporate any rain that falls. A reservoir could be used for irrigation, so the project met with relatively little resistance. In fact, the locals were proud toContinue reading “Lovewell State Park”
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