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K-State Research and Extension Statewide Locations

County and District Extension Offices

K-State Research and Extension has a presence in all 105 Kansas counties. To view contact information for your local extension office, move your mouse pointer over your county. Information will appear below the map.

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CherokeeJohnsonLeavenworthDoniphanDouglasCoffeyAtchisonBrownMarshallPottawatomieWabaunseeGreenwoodButlerGearyRileyDickinsonMarionMcPhersonHarveySedgwickSumnerKingmanRicePrattComancheKiowaPawneePhillips-Rooks District #5Sunflower District #6ThomasFordMeadeWest PlainsGreeleyWichitaKearnyHamiltonMortonGrantHarperRenoCowleyBarberLyonShawneeWyandotteHodgemanRawlinsGrayStantonClarkDouglasCentral Kansas District #3River Valley District #4Walnut Creek District #2Post Rock District 1Meadowlark District #7Rolling Prairie DistrictMarais Des Cygnes Des CygnesFrontier DistrictRussellFlint HillsSouthwindTwin Creeks District #9Golden PrairieCottonwoodWildcatWild West21 Central Extension Districtmap showing Kansas counties and extension districts

Research-Extension Centers

The off-campus research-extension centers are organized into two departments. The Eastern Kansas Research-Extension Centers and the Western Kansas Research-Extension Centers.

Eastern Kansas Research-Extension Centers
Western Kansas Research-Extension Centers

Agronomy Experiment Fields

Experiment Fields complement the land available for Agronomy research near the K-State campus in Manhattan. Together, these research sites provide opportunities for both practical and basic research.

Horticulture Centers

Horticulture experiment sites that provide long-term forestry and turfgrass research.