Photos: Navajo Generating Station and Agri-Business Council meeting
Jul 05, 2011
The Navajo Generating Station in Page, Ariz. near the Utah border provides energy to move surface water from the Colorado River through the 336-mile-long Central Arizona Project canal system for agriculture, industrial, and municipal users.
The CAP delivers about 400,000 acre feet of surface water to central Arizona farms annually.
Irrigation water is the lifeblood of Arizona agriculture.
Attendees at the 2011 Agri-Business Council of Arizona annual meeting include from left: Stan Ashby, Roosevelt Irrigation District, Buckeye; Jim Henness, Henness Farms, Casa Grande; Jackie Meck, Mayor of Buckeye; and Grant Wood, Maricopa-Stanfield Irrigation and Drainage District, Maricopa.
Tom McCann, left, Central Arizona Project, and Paul Orme, Paul R. Orme PC law firm, both of Phoenix, at the ABC meeting.