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Irrigation Efficiency Improvement Projects: Agricultural Production, Water Conservation, and Water Quality

Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District strives to improve agricultural production efficiency, while improving water quality and the overall quantity of our water resources throughout the county. Irrigation efficiency projects, such as canal piping or flood to sprinkler conversion, offer the potential to provide more water for agricultural production, as well as environmental uses in some cases, while reducing contamination. Check out the resources on this page to learn more.

For some more in-depth information watch these talks by our Soil and Water Conservation Engineer, Paul DeMaggio hosted by our partners Applegate Partnership Watershed Council:

Irrigation Efficiency: Ditch Delivery Improvements 

Irrigation Efficiency: On-Farm Improvements