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Lake Pleasant water levels in 2023: see CAP’s operational forecast

Many Lake Pleasant lovers probably wonder: How are the lake levels of CAP’s storage reservoir looking in 2023? The latest shortage declaration for Colorado River...
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Feb. 2, 2023 CAWCD Board Meeting – Announcements regarding new Board Offi…

The Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board met Thursday,...
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New terms alert: SEIS and Consensus-Based Modeling Alternative! What do the…

The Colorado River has again dominated headlines with a...
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Story of the CAP system, Arizona’s water delivery wonder

Where does the Central Arizona Project (CAP) system start? Think water sports. Many know Lake Havasu in western Arizona for its incredible recreational fishing and...
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Ted Cooke: The accidental accountant who became general manager

The story below is built around a recorded interview....
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Saving the fish

By Scott Bryan, Water Quality and Biology Administrator Due...
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Jan. 5, 2023 CAWCD Board Meeting – Five Maricopa County Board Members tak…

The Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board met Thursday, Jan. 5 at CAP Headquarters in north Phoenix. At this meeting, five Maricopa Board members –...
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Faces of CAP: A career built on a fascination with water

Editor’s note: Jim Geisbush joined CAP’s Engineering Department in...
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Ready to rock: Manual operations drills ensure the water keeps flowing

Like athletes trained for gameday, practice often proceeds a...

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A message from General Manager Brenda Burman

Brenda Burman brings more than 25 years of experience in western water to CAP and looks forward to collaborating with partners in Arizona and across the Colorado River Basin to address the challenges we are facing.

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