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Kansas Flint Hills Smoke Management Plan Explained in Radio Broadcasts
The 2012 schedule for the broadcasts is:

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Feb 6

Comments on the Success of the Plan Last Year
Tom Gross, Air Monitoring and Planning Chief with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment
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Feb 13

How Well the Plan Worked Last Year from the Pasture Manager Perspective
Mike Holder, Chase County Agricultural Agent
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Feb 20

What Wichita is doing to Address Air Quality Issues and how the Plan Fits into the Scheme of Things
Kay Johnson, The Manager of the Office of Environmental Initiatives for the city of Wichita
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Feb 27

The Weather Conditions that most Greatly Influence Smoke Density and Movement.
Kris Craven, Meteorologist of the National Weather Service
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Mar 5

The Special Considerations when Burning in Drought Conditions
Bill Waln, Fire Management of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service office in Stafford County
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Mar 12

The Performance of the Plan in its First year, and the EPA Stance on Prescribed Burning as a Pasture Management Tool
Karl Brooks, Regional Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
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Mar 19

April Restrictions on Non-agricultural Burning
Miles Stotts,Environmental Scientist with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment
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Mar 26

Two Ways Smoke Impacts Air Quality
Doug Watson, Kansas Department of Health and Environment
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