When President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Colorado River Basin Project Act into law in 1968, he declared the act would “make the waters of the West a little sweeter and the grass of the West a good deal greener.”


Central Arizona Project is an engineering marvel that pumps water over 336 miles and literally lifts water more than 2,900 vertical feet.

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