For 11 years, Central Arizona Project has partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense program. WaterSense helps consumers decrease indoor and outdoor water
Caddisflies, beware: More channel catfish are now in the Central Arizona Project canal. They arrived after a 14-hour drive from Arkansas. Can you say, “Hungry”?
The boy with the red glasses and spiked hair grinned proudly as he stood in the boat. His dad pulled a hulking largemouth bass out
View CAP’s power portfolio: Here’s a big job: Imagine moving 456 billion gallons of water across 336 miles of the Central Arizona Project canal. During
The conductor’s arms go up and one by one; the musicians join in. The poetic melody from the flutes, bright tone of the violins, playful