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Top 3 creepy critters of the CAP canal

Most likely, you won’t see anyone this Halloween wearing the costume of a nuisance aquatic organism. Although these below-the-surface dwellers of the CAP canal might make for a unique,...
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Faces of CAP: Realizing a dream…at 18,000 feet

Editor’s Note: Greg Brinker joined CAP in 2002 with extensive experience...
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Hitting the CAP Trail!

The weather is finally cooling down and Arizonans are getting outside...
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CAP recognized for utility management excellence

Central Arizona Project recently was awarded the Association of Metropolitan Water...
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CAP water orders: planning for 1.4 million acre-feet of deliveries

Nearly 1.4 million acre-feet of Colorado River water – that’s how...
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And the winners are…students recognized for water research

Two Northern Arizona University students captured top honors in the 2020...

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24/7/365, you can count on CAP to deliver water

While you may be going about a not-so-normal day during this pandemic, CAP is working hard to provide you with the water you need. Spend the next 30 seconds experiencing 12 typical hours on the CAP canal for a glimpse of the critical infrastructure that is part of Arizona’s reliable water supply.

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