Arizona water Articles
RFD-TV Interview: Whoa WOTUS Gets Complicated Again
The U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona recently made a ruling vacating the Navigable Waters Protection Rule created during the Trump Administration. This has created some serious concerns in the agricultural community.
Now that the Tier One Shortage on the Colorado River is Here
The day we wished would never come has arrived: on August 16, the Bureau of Reclamation declared that Lake Mead will be in a Tier One shortage level beginning 2022.
Arizona Agriculture’s Water Technology Advances
Because of agriculture’s high-water use, our farmers and ranchers are always questioned about our efficiencies when applying water to our fields.
Arizona Farm Bureau Statement on the Tier One Declaration
The same spirit of innovation that made farmers the leaders in developing Arizona’s water supply will guide them as they navigate this challenge.
Let’s Invest in the System that Keeps Water Flowing to our Arizona Farms
As Congress develops this legislation, now is the time for our Senators and Representatives to hear from their constituents.
Arizona’s Surface Waters Protection Rule
Over the last year, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) has been working closely with key water users to develop a framework for a State-led surface waters protection program.
Conserving Arizona Water: The Rayner Family Method
Farmers and ranchers are constantly innovating to improve processes conserve soil and water and save money. Here's just one example from the #AzAgriculture #farmfamily of the Rayner clan.
$10 Million Awarded to Central Arizona for Conserving Ag Water
This $10 million award is part of more than $200 million in partner-driven natural resource conservation projects funded through RCPP.
Groundwater and Surface Water Regulated Differently: What about Subflow?
As with so much else in Arizona water law, however, the ongoing stream adjudications have blurred the distinction between ground and surface water in a significant way, through the concept of subflow.