Meeting highlights Pinal Groundwater Stakeholder Group as a “virtual trip” to Pinal County The Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board of Directors (CAWCD) convened virtually on Thursday,
You may already know that CAP delivers the state’s largest renewable water supply, but we have another important responsibility that helps protect groundwater for future
CAWCD Board President Terry Goddard calls his first meeting to order – marking one year since the Board was last able to meet in person
Even a virtual environment couldn’t keep the CAP Board’s next strategic plan from completion. At its December board meeting, the Central Arizona Water Conservation District
New CAWCD Board Officers: President Terry Goddard, Vice President Mark Taylor and Secretary Alexandra Arboleda, as well as Executive Committee Members Lisa Atkins, Jennifer Martin
Sometimes it’s easiest to see the effects of climate change from above – way above. Thanks to a $1 million grant from NASA’s Earth Science Division,
The Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD) was created in the mid- 1990s to help water providers and land owners comply with Arizona’s groundwater laws.
New year begins with Stephen Miller (Pinal County) and Marie Pearthree (Pima County) joining The Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board of Directors (CAWCD) convened virtually on