Columbia Basin Project, photo courtesy of the Bureau of Reclamation
Grand Coulee Dam, photo courtesy of the Bureau of Reclamation
Lake Kachess, photo courtesy of the Bureau of Reclamation
Tieton River, photo courtesy of the Bureau of Reclamation
2018 Top Priorities
• Aging infrastructure/Federal funding for water projects
• Columbia River Treaty modernization
The Washington State Water Resources Association (WSWRA) is the coordinating agency for irrigation districts in Washington State. WSWRA represents over 100 irrigation districts and companies that deliver water to over 1.1 million acres of irrigated agriculture in the state. The association has a 15-member board of directors made up of irrigation district directors and managers.
The WSWRA’s mission is to promote the responsible stewardship of the water of the state, to protect irrigated lands for present and future generations, and to preserve the water rights and interests of irrigation districts and irrigation companies in Washington State.
Irrigation in Washington State is dedicated to providing water through modern means of water delivery and conservation techniques. Change is a constant in the water delivery world as irrigation districts work to meet the challenges of the day. WSWRA provides the forum for the exchange of ideas that lead to the betterment of the industry as a whole.
The major priorities in 2018 for WSWRA’s members include the support of the Yakima Basin Integrated Plan and the Odessa Groundwater Replacement Program, as well as addressing Bureau of Reclamation administrative gridlock.
Updated April 18, 2018
Executive Committee Meeting
Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at 10:00 am
Friday, May 18, 2018, at 10:00 am
Executive Office Contacts
Executive Director - Tom Myrum
Administrative Assistant - Jen Dunnagan
Government Relations Consultant - Mike Schwisow
Executive Office Location
626 Columbia Street NW, Suite 2D
Olympia, WA 98501
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