KFMA Reports Record Kansas Net Farm Income in 2021

“The income earned in 2021 put our farms, on average, in a very strong financial position coming into 2022,” Herbel said. “Even with the high levels of risk and concern we have (in 2022), we began the year in a very strong financial spot.” 

State Designates $62 Million for Affordable Housing Development

Governor Kelly capped off the legislative session by signing two major bipartisan housing bills into law, representing a significant expansion of resources to support statewide housing development. The measures represent a combined $62 million in new housing resources, as well as initiatives to incentivize housing development.

SOUL Family Support for Young Kansans in Foster Care

“DCF and the Annie E. Casey Foundation kick-off first-ever demonstration site to help advance proposed permanency option that would allow older youth to establish supportive circle of caring adults without severing legal ties with birth parents and siblings”