An Interagency Program to Improve Irrigated Agriculture

by A. R. Dedrick, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,
W. Clyma, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,
A. J. Clemmens, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,
R. D. Gibson, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,
J. A. Replogle, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,
R. E. Ware, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,
P. N. Wilson, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,
D. B. Levine, Water Conservation Lab (USWCL), Phoenix, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Irrigation and Drainage: Saving a Threatened Resource—In Search of Solutions

Abstract: An interagency Management Improvement Program (MIP) has been initiated to develop, apply, and evaluate the MIP methodology as a way to improve resource management and organizational effectiveness in supporting irrigated agriculture. The Diagnostic Analysis (DA), the first phase of a demonstration MIP underway in an irrigation district in central Arizona, is described along with a brief discussion of the DA findings.

Subject Headings: Irrigation | Resource management | Irrigation water | Management methods | Water resources | Irrigation districts | Diagnosis | Business organizations | Arizona | North America | United States

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