The deadline for proposal submissions has been extended to June 30, 2107.
Global Food Systems
The world’s population is expected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050. To feed and sustain a growing population, we develop innovative practices that benefit Kansas, our nation and the world. Through cutting-edge research in areas such as genetics, disease prevention and food security, we help agriculture — Kansas’ largest employer — be more profitable, sustainable and efficient.
Future generations of Kansans will need a reliable source of clean water. We develop and implement programs to help Kansans maintain and improve water quality and quantity. These include pioneering new practices and techniques; researching high-priority water issues; facilitating meetings among local, state and federal officials; and effectively communicating research results.
We help residents and all communities — rural, suburban and urban — grow and prosper. We energize community groups and aid local businesses by providing leadership, research-based expertise and technical assistance to make communities better places to live and work.
Developing Tomorrow's Leaders
The next generation of leaders will shape the future of our state, country and world. To prepare our youth, we equip them with the strengths and skills to lead for a lifetime. Through 4-H, we empower young people to be true leaders — to have confidence, know how to work well with others, endure challenges, stick with a job until it is done and give back to their community.
A vibrant economy starts with a healthy population. We define health as a person’s physical, mental and emotional well-being. Our programs promote behaviors that improve quality of life, healthy development and active behaviors across life stages for all socioeconomic groups.
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