UKnowledge > Office of the Vice President for Research > Interdisciplinary Research Centers & Institutes > Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute
Director: Dr. Lindell Ormsbee
The Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute (KWRRI) is part of a nationwide association of 54 federally authorized water resource institutes and centers located at land grant universities throughout the United States and its territories. The Institute has over 50 years of involvement in water resources issues and has established itself as an important link between water-related personnel at academic institutions, government agencies, and the private sector. KWRRI manages a wide variety of research projects, provides technical support to its stakeholders, and educates and trains the next generation of water resource experts.
Browse the Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute Collections:
Kentucky River Watershed Watch
Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium
KWRRI Annual Technical Reports (USGS’s 104b Grant Program)