How can water managers practice water conservation in times of drought, water restrictions, and new regulation? This webinar explores these topics and more.
The majority of Arizona remains in a state of severe drought throughout the year. As one of the driest American states, Arizona water managers sit at the forefront of the battle to fight drought.
While some organizations have grown adept at managing the increased risk of fires, the regulatory restrictions put in place, and the immense stress placed on drought-vulnerable landscapes, progress remains fragmented.
Our “Drought in the West” webinar series takes a specific look at how organizations across Arizona can conserve water, get smart about irrigation, and build in flexibility to handle new water restrictions.
Drawing on expertise from Arizona-based practitioners and experts, we’ll help you prepare for the inevitable: drought, dryness, and climate-related stress.
- How to maximize water efficiency through smart, practical water strategies
- The specifics of the Arizona water ecosystem as it stands today
- Successful water conservation case studies around restrictions and droughts
- The rebates and incentives available to Arizonans who commit to water management
- Drought’s impact on water managers and other associated stakeholders
Jeff Lee, Water Conservation Specialist of Town of Gilbert, AZ
A master of many solutions and water reduction plans, Jeff has been in water conservation since 1998. Prior to that, he had a full life in landscaping and irrigation industry. There is little Jeff hasn’t seen or done when it comes to saving water.
Ben Coffey, Training Manager | Product Specialist
After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado in 1999, Ben started working with WeatherTRAK in 2004 when he was still an Irrigation Tech in Denver, Colorado. In 2006 he began working for HydroPoint as a WeatherTRAK Product Specialist and began training other contractors and irrigation nerds how to be successful using the WeatherTRAK System. In 2012 Ben began as the HydroPoint Training Manager and is in charge of all forms of customer training, including live training events, On Demand training content for YouTube and LearnUpon, as well as weekly training webinars.
James Carr, Regional Irrigation Manager of BrightView
James has worked in Arizona in the Landscape and Irrigation industry for the past 21 years. Currently James is a Regional Irrigation Manager in the Southwest Region for BrightView Landscapes and has been with them for the past 5 years.
During times of drought, we must learn to use water more efficiently to prevent waste of our most precious, life-sustaining resource.
This webinar series focuses on our solutions (Baseline, WeatherTRAK and WaterCompass ) and tips and tricks for managing your site’s water use remotely. Join the conversation during one of our FREE webinars.
Your landscape design is made up of many different kinds of plants. And different plants require very different methods of irrigation that deliver the proper amount of water to keep them healthy.