Districting Offers Kansas Counties New Partnership Opportunities
Since 1991, Kansas counties have had the opportunity to create extension district partnerships that provide better public access to agents with specialized expertise, better support for local offices, and often better use of human and financial resources. At this time, 42 counties have formed 15 districts.
Research and Extension Facilities Across the State
Headquartered in Manhattan, K-State Research and Extension includes statewide county and district offices, research centers, and experiment fields supported by county, state, federal, and private funds. K-State Research and Extension supports faculty in more than 20 academic departments across five K-State colleges in Manhattan plus the K-State Olathe campus.