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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

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Volume 13 Issue 8 September

The Equipment Issue By Kris Polly To build and maintain large networks of canals, laterals, and pipelines spanning many miles of territory, irrigation districts rely

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Volume 13 Issue 7 July/August

Bringing Experience to Water Conservation By Kris Polly In our cover feature this month, we interview Vicky Bloomer, the owner and director of DROP Consulting.

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Volume 13 Issue 5 May

Planning for the Future of Ashburton By Kris Polly Ashburton District’s rich soil and abundant water make it an agricultural powerhouse, but those resources must

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Volume 13 Issue 4 April

Introducing the Managers Issue By Kris Polly The success and flourishing of an irrigation district depend on many things—weather, funding, upkeep, modernization, and planning, for

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Volume 13 Issue 3 March

The Hard Work of Local Farmers, Small Schemes, and Family Businesses By Kris Polly This month, we are pleased to feature Waimate District Mayor Craig

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Volume 13 Issue 2 February

The Hard Work of Local Farmers, Small Schemes, and Family Businesses By Kris Polly Andy Hayes is a fifth-generation farmer in the Waitaki District of

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Volume 13 Issue 1 January

A Voice for New Zealand Irrigated Agriculture By Kris Polly In this month’s issue, we interview Keri Johnston, the chair of Irrigation New Zealand (IrrigationNZ).

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