Tag Archives: center for irrigation technology

Program aims to cut campus water use by 20 percent

With drought plaguing California, Fresno State will attempt to reduce its water consumption this coming growing season by implementing a water conservation plan that aims to reduce 20 percent – 60-65 million gallons – of water consumption.

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Ag community takes on a drought with uncertain future

In response to California’s unprecedented drought, state officials announced Friday that the State Water Project (SWP)—a publicly operated water storage and conveyance system that distributes water to urban and agricultural water suppliers throughout California—will not distribute any water to local ...

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Workshop to educate students about drought

In an effort to shed light on drought conditions in the San Joaquin Valley, Fresno State’s Center for Irrigation Technology and the California Department of Water Resources are hosting a “Drought Preparedness Workshop” on Dec. 17 at Fresno State.

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Valves and Value: CIT links irrigation and satellites

In only a few years, farmers may be able to make irrigation decisions within moments by just tapping a few keys on their smartphones. Students and faculty from Fresno State’s Center for Irrigation Technology (CIT) are doing their part in ...

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Valves and value: CIT water research plays big role in Valley

At Fresno State, the Center for Irrigation Technology is a quiet voice saying some big things. For students and faculty outside of the Jordan College of Agriculture, the Center for Irrigation Technology (CIT) is just a name. What is not ...

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History of irrigation displayed

Items representing the local and nationwide history of irrigation technology have been put on display in the Water Energy and Technology (WET) Incubator at Fresno State as part of the Irrigation Museum project.

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