Volume 14 Issue 3 March AZ

The deep cuts to Central Arizona Project (CAP) deliveries caused by the tier 2 shortage on the Colorado River are top of mind for all irrigated producers in central Arizona. To help…

Volume 14 Issue 3 March

I am not sure what I expected to see in Israel, but what I saw was not what I expected. For example, Jerusalem receives 24 inches of rain a year—an amount that is surprising to…

Volume 14 Issue 2 February

In this month’s cover story, we introduce Dr. Patrick Sullivan, the new treasurer-manager of the Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID). With degrees in agriculture,

Volume 14 Issue 1 January

In this first issue of 2023, we are honored to feature an interview with Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, who leaves office this month after…

Volume 13 Issue 10 Nov/Dec

With levels in Lakes Powell and Mead continuing to sink, the Colorado basin drought is still top of mind for everyone in the American West.

Volume 13 Issue 9 October

Irrigation districts own and operate major infrastructure and powerful machines, but their greatest assets are their employees. That being the case, it is just as important for

Volume 1 Issue 11 January 2020

The irrigation that makes agriculture in the West so productive could not exist without irrigation districts. And no irrigation district could function without the presence of a manager.  Irrigation district managers must understand everything from 100-year-old concrete infrastructure to cutting-edge supervisory control and data acquisition systems. They must manage relationships with boards of directors, customers, […]