Additional APA Resources
AgriBusiness & Water Council – ABWC
The Agribusiness & Water Council of Arizona (ABWC) is a not for profit trade association, whose membership represents the entire agricultural community from “ditch bank to dinner plate”, in Arizona.
Arizona Department of Water Resources – ADWR
The mission of ADWR is to safeguard the health, safety and economic welfare of the public by protecting, conserving and enhancing Arizona’s water supplies in a bold, thoughtful and innovative manner. We engage with Arizona’s water community and provide leadership in developing innovative solutions to conserve and augment the State’s water supplies.
Arizona Municipal Power Users Association – AMPUA
An association of consumer-owned and operated electrical systems that consists of cities and towns, rural electric distribution and generation cooperatives, special districts, irrigation and electrical districts, water conservation districts, agricultural improvement districts and Indian utilities. Collectively the members deliver almost one-half the electricity in Arizona to over two million people.
Arizona Municipal Water Users Association – AMWUA
AMWUA purpose is to facilitate and advance municipal cooperationin securing and maintaining water and water rights for urban uses.
American Public Power Association – APPA
The American Public Power Association is the voice of not-for-profit, community-owned utilities that power 2,000 towns and cities nationwide.
Bureau of Reclamation – BOR
Manages, develops, and protects water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest of the American public.
Central Arizona Project – CAP
CAP delivers Colorado River water to Maricopa, Pinal and Pima counties. It is a 336-mile long system of aqueducts, tunnels, pumping plants and pipelines and is the largest single resource of renewable water supplies in Arizona.
Colorado River Energy Distributors Association – CREDA
CREDA is a non-profit organization representing consumer-owned electric systems that purchase federal hydropower and resources of the Colorado River Storage Project (CRSP).
Colorado River Water Users Association – CRWUA
The Colorado River Water Users Association is a non-profit, non-partisan organization providing a forum for exchanging ideas and perspectives on Colorado River use and management with the intent of developing and advocating common objectives, initiatives and solutions.
Hoover Dam is a testimony to a country’s ability to construct monolithic projects. It took less than five years, in a harsh and barren land, to build the largest dam of its time. Hoover Dam still stands as a world-renowned structure. The Dam is a National Historic Landmark and has been rated by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of America’s Seven Modern Civil Engineering Wonders.
Irrigation & Electrical Districts of Arizona – IEDA
The Irrigation & Electrical Districts Association of Arizona, Inc. (IEDA), which has served its members since 1962, is a powerful voice in addressing the water and power issues that confront IEDA Members. IEDA is a statewide association of public bodies that are involved in the delivery of water and electricity to agricultural, municipal and industrial customers throughout Arizona.
National HydroPower Association – NHA
The National Hydropower Association (NHA) is a nonprofit association dedicated exclusively to promoting the growth of clean, renewable hydropower and marine energy.
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association – NRECA
As the national service organization that represents America’s electric cooperatives, NRECA works to empower co-ops and to help ensure their long-term success
National Water Resources Association – NWRA
The NWRA is a nonprofit federation of agricultural and municipal water providers, state associations, and individuals dedicated to the conservation, enhancement and efficient management of our nation’s most important natural resource: water.