What is GRoWE?
The Consortium for Global Research on Water-Based Economies (GRoWE) is a collaborative organization dedicated to helping people understand and manage the relationships between water resources and human consumption for agricultural production and livelihood.
GRoWE organizes a multidisciplinary team of researchers who work together with stakeholders, agencies and policy makers of water resources to further scientific understanding of water resource systems for the purpose of making better management and policy decisions.
GRoWE researchers heard the need from stakeholders, agencies and policy makers and are working on coupled model approaches (e.g. hydrologic-economic) and data standards and data models for linking models and modeling techniques (e.g. groundwater data model for ArcGIS).
GRoWE invites you to learn from leading researchers and policy makers via the GRoWE Symposium Series funded by the Kansas State Provost Targeted Excellence Program. GRoWE thankfully acknowledges funding provided by: K-State Provost Targeted Excellence Program, KWRI, NSF, RIZA, USDA, and the USGS.