Ed Reznicek

Ed Reznicek raises beef cattle and organic crops on a 400 acre farm in Nemaha County Kansas and has worked with farmers and farm organizations for over 30 years. He grew up on a mixed livestock and grain farm in central Kansas. Ed graduated from Emporia State University in 1976 with degrees in Philosophy and [...]

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Mark Rude

Mark Rude is Executive Director, Southwest Kansas Groundwater Management District No. 3.  He grew up in Wichita spending weekends on the family farm near Rose Hill.  Mark holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology from Wichita State University and is a licensed geologist in the State of Kansas.  He has worked water rights and [...]

Mark Rude2016-11-04T21:46:33-05:00

Chris Schimdt

Chris Schimdt arms and ranches in far Northwest Kansas, near Atwood where they raise corn, wheat, cane and have a cow herd and stocker operation. Chris and his wife, Sherri, were instrumental in the formation of the High Plains Food Coop of which they are charter members. They market all natural beef, free range chickens [...]

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Chris Sramek

Chris Sramek, Atwood, KS, is a meteorologist, farmer and business coach for aspiring rural entrepreneurs. Served as Rawlins County Economic Development Director from summer 2005 to early 2009, where countless programs and new initiatives were implemented to create a more entrepreneurial environment for HomeTown of Atwood, Kansas.  One of these accomplishments included, in partnership with [...]

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Chris Wilson

Chris Wilson, of Manhattan, KS, is executive director of the Kansas Aqueduct Coalition, a coalition of interested persons and organizations recently formed to explore potential for water transfer in Kansas. Wilson is also a farmer and rancher and attorney. She and husband Ron and their children operate the family ranch in Riley County. Their operation [...]

Chris Wilson2016-11-04T21:46:34-05:00