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
As the process of aridification has produced a “new normal” of particularly dry conditions throughout the Colorado River Basin, the need for quality water research
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
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
Like athletes trained for gameday, practice often proceeds a live scenario. Central Arizona Project (CAP) employees charged with delivering water to central and southern Arizona
https://youtu.be/XGp0-E7h6Hs A Tier 2a shortage has been declared for the Lower Colorado River Basin in 2023. CAP’s Darrin Francom, Assistant General Manager, Operations, Maintenance and
Home of all things Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District, the cagrd.com website should look rejuvenated – that’s because Central Arizona Project (CAP) has given it
For the 15th consecutive year, Central Arizona Project (CAP) has been awarded the Achievement of Excellence in Procurement (AEP) Award from the National Procurement Institute.