By Ted Cooke, General Manager, Central Arizona Project (NOTE: The following are remarks made to the Congressional Western Caucus at its March 9 Arizona and Western Policy Roundtable)

I am here to tell a story of seeking balance – balance between using and conserving water.


The CAWCD Board of Directors has formed a Customer Service Task Force with the objective of identifying actionable improvements to CAP customer service processes.


Central Arizona Project (CAP) is getting Back 2 Basics during Safety Week, an annual celebration of the organization’s commitment to Safety for Life.


In Arizona – especially when it comes to the Colorado River – water managers seem to have a language all their own. Here are five key terms you’ve likely heard – and perhaps used – related to efforts to conserve water in Lake Mead.

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