10/3/2018

As part of CAP’s Know Your Water series, you will be meeting some of the employees who work each day to ensure Colorado River water flows through our 336-mile aqueduct to reach our municipal, agricultural, industrial and tribal customers. 

By Ted Cooke, General Manager, Central Arizona Project
9/26/2018

Fifty years is a long time, especially to those who have lived that long, but to understand the impact of the Colorado River Basin Project Act, I actually think you need to look back even further to a story that began almost exactly 100 years ago.

By Silvana Burgos, Arizona Hydrological Association Herman Bouwer Intern
9/12/2018

The Central Arizona Project (CAP) is essential to the livelihood of the state. More water is exported from the Colorado River basin than any other river basin in the world.

By Thomas Buschatzke, Arizona Department of Water Resources Director, and Ted Cooke, Central Arizona Project General Manager
9/5/2018

The State’s water stakeholders have been engaged for more than two months to craft Arizona’s approach to the Lower Basin Drought Contingency Plan. This effort, led by our two agencies, is directed toward “bending the curve” to protect Lake Mead from falling to critical levels.

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