895 feet is Zero
Israel is water smart, Arizona can be too
Watch the video and find out how - here
You have 5 votes - only 8 of 14 showed to debate!
Desalination: 12.2 gallons* :: 1 dollar
New Canal: 0 (to ?) gallons* :: 1 dollar
Drip Irrigation: 1700 gallons* :: 1 dollar
*Annualized yield versus cost of initial delivery
The Whole Campaign in One Page
Using Water Savings to
Create Supply at
Lowest Possible Cost
Click here to learn how Arizona can claw back hundreds of million gallons annually for the southwest
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The most powerful thing you can do to support this campaign and put professionals on the CAWCD board is like, subscribe and share social media posts - get the message out there and let other know you endorse safe, low-cost, high-yield solutions to make the best use of Arizona's scarce water resources.
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Speak! and Vote!
It will only matter if you vote!
CAWCD is a "down ballot" position - but our water is at stake - research the candidates - 5 will be elected to the board in this election!
After researching candidates - tell everyone you know to be sure to vote for CAWCD on the November ballot
Find the Campaign in the Media
Find Dan's answers to questions from the League of Women Voters on their Voter Guide, Vote411, here. Vote-411 is structured in a format that's a little difficult to navigate so to make complete answers to the LWV questions easily accessible in both English and Spanish click here.
Also find the CAWCD race featured in the Arizona Republic here
What is CAWCD?
What is the
Central Arizona Water Conservation District?
The Central Arizona Water Conservation District is the board of directors of Central Arizona Project and it is responsible for the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District.
CAP is the 336 mile canal from the Colorado River that supplies 40% of the Phoenix Valley's water and it works in conjunction with CAGRD to assure replenishment of Central Arizona's groundwater - the other primary source of water for the tri-county area affected: Maricopa, Pinal and Pima county.