Pinal ranks first in the state for cotton, barley and livestock production. They also rank second in the state for durum wheat and alfalfa hay production. Pinal county is also home to one of the few remaining sheep ranches that herd their sheep to Coconino County by foot using the historic sheep driveways in the state.
President Richie Kennedy
Vice President Mike Norris
Secretary/Treasurer Carmen Auza
Directors Oliver Anderson, Jim Goldman, Sylvia Manterola, Maryeileen Flanagan, Brian Stutzman, Nancy Caywood, Ana Kennedy-Otto
At the request of local water users in the Pinal Active Management Area (AMA), Representatives T.J. Shope and Frank Pratt have formed a local water group (the Pinal Local Water Group or Pinal LWG) that is tasked with examining the existing Assured Water Supply Rules as they relate to extinguishment credits in the Pinal AMA.