Planning for Extreme and Extended Drought

January 9, 2014
Garden City, KS

The National Drought Mitigation Center teamed up with Kansas State University, the National Integrated Drought Information System and the North Central Region SARE Professional Development Program to present a full-day "Managing Extended and Extreme Drought on the Farm and Ranch" workshop on January 9, 2014.  Over 105 rangeland managers, irrigated crop producers, agricultural advisors, and agency representatives participated in the workshop.


  • Landscape Conservation Value to Society
    Society of Range Management
  • Making Grazing Management Decisions
    Joel Brown
  • Crop Water Allocator: A Planning Tool
    Jonathan Aguilar
  • Optimal Irrigation for Drought
    Freddie Lamm
  • Long Term Effects of Drought Planning for Recovery
    Dwayne Rice and Julie Elliott
  • Daybreak Ranch
    Jim Faulstich
  • Resilience Based Management as a Framework for Drought Response
    Joel Brown
  • Managing the Economic Consequences of Future Droughts
    Bill Golden
  • A Nebraskan's Approach to Drought
    John Maddux
  • High Plains Drought Update
    Gary McManus
  • Kansas Department of Agriculture - Division of Water Resources
    Mike Meyer
  • Long Term Management of the Kansas High Plains Aquifer
    Susan Stover
  • Long-Lead Climate Outlook and the Role of ENSO in High Plains Drought
    Klaus Wolter