MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Kansas State University has a new Web site: "Kansas Conservation Resources and Services" at www.oznet.ksu.edu/conservation.



"The site brings together into one place all of the available information on conservation practices and government programs," said Dan Devlin K-State Research and Extension's environmental quality specialist.



Sections on the Web site include:



* Air Quality



* Irrigation Management



* Livestock Management



* Riparian Area Restoration



* Soil and Water Conservation



* Wetland Protection and



* Wildlife Habitat.



The site includes up-to-date links to state and federal incentive programs and contact information for various conservation-related state and federal agencies and other organizations.



SOURCE: Kansas State University Extension news release.