Location

Portland State University

Start Date

9-4-2016 12:30 PM

End Date

9-4-2016 2:30 PM

Description

In America today, over 75% of the nation’s water is used in the irrigation of agriculture. The main users -- and abusers -- of water in the United States are farmers. In addition, many areas in the U.S. are facing drought conditions, especially in western states. Also, while the drought conditions in California are receding, water shortage as an issue demands a long term solution.

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Mentors: Ryan Catabay, Tim Gulzow

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LARC: Local Agricultural Resource Conservation

Portland State University

In America today, over 75% of the nation’s water is used in the irrigation of agriculture. The main users -- and abusers -- of water in the United States are farmers. In addition, many areas in the U.S. are facing drought conditions, especially in western states. Also, while the drought conditions in California are receding, water shortage as an issue demands a long term solution.