GeoKansas is a branch of the Geology Extension program at the Kansas Geological Survey, designed to provide regionally focused information about the state's geology. Launched in April 1999, GeoKansas initially focused on the rocks and minerals and interesting places to visit in the eleven different physiographic regions of Kansas.
In developing GeoKansas, we were greatly helped by our advisory board of earth science teachers from around the state:
- Lynda Allen, Coordinator for Science Curriculum, Lawrence School District
- Jim Clark, Technical Support Training Specialist, Wichita High Schools
- Dan Kuhlman, Eudora Middle School
- Randy Rose, Blue Valley North High School
- Jack Walker, Goodland High School
- Carol Williamson, PreK-12 Science Coordinator, Olathe District Schools
- Sam Wine, Eureka High School
The Geology Extension program furthers the mission of the KGS by developing materials, projects, and services that communicate information about the geology of Kansas, the state's earth resources, and the products of the Kansas Geological Survey to the people of the state.