Success in sustainability

We have all heard about the three Rs of sustainability – reduce, reuse and recycle. CAP’s sustainability efforts include two more – repurpose and refuse....

CAP Water Quality Annual Report now available

As a service to CAP stakeholders, a robust monitoring...

Faces of CAP: A storyteller who loves a challenge

Editor’s note: Crystal Thompson joined CAP in 1996 as...

Spring breakers: Grab these maps and hit the CAP Trail

Spring break is made for blooming buds, glorious weather and hitting the trails. What does recreation have to do with Central Arizona Project (CAP)? There...

The power of pi

March 14, or 3/14, is Pi Day and is...

A tale of two watersheds

Our Water Use It Wisely partners recently posted a blog comparing...

March 2, 2023 CAWCD Board Meeting – Board reviews presentation regarding …

The Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board met Thursday, March 2 at CAP Headquarters in north Phoenix. The meeting began with heavy hearts and a...
River Updates

Behold your new Colorado River Conditions Dashboard

Peruse our new Colorado River Conditions Dashboard, which now “lives”...

Water Wisdom: Water & puppies

A gallon of water weighs 8.3 pounds, roughly the...

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CAP’s essential infrastructure: providing a reliable water supply

CAP’s amazing infrastructure, which helps reliably deliver Colorado River water to more than 80 percent of Arizonans, is still operating, 24/7/365.

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