2020’s first Science Cafe addresses water conservation and being “water smart”

BY MICAH REINKE A new Science Cafe topic was addressed Monday evening at The Venue located in Thirsty’s in Hays. The topic discussed was on…

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The Rain Barrel Project, a win-win for FHSU and Hays

By Christina Bixenman A win-win for Fort Hays State University students and Hays community members, the Rain Barrel Project has been providing service learning opportunities…

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The Ogallala Aquifer and Water Conservation

I was born in Hawai’i, home of Mt. Waialeale, the wettest place in the United States.  As a child, I moved to Colorado where most…

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T.M.N News Sept. 18, 2014

Campus news for the week includes the Arin Powers being sworn in as the Student Government Association, Dan Henig coming to campus, and much more…

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Soils class builds rain barrels for water conservation

The Fort Hays State University soils class will be taking water conservation into their own hands by making rain barrels for the “Roll Out the…

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