Long time water engineer with Provost and Pritchard who helped design many of the irrigation systems for districts and towns all over the San Joaquin Valley.
Former water engineer for the San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors, explaining how the water rights of the exchange contractors create so much confusion in the river’s water allocations.
One of the earliest water engineers in the Valley, who was responsible for designing and building the irrigation system in Orange Cove and other east side farm towns.
Water engineer and founding partner of Provost and Pritchard. Talked about the history of Valley irrigation systems.
Former water engineer working for many irrigation districts in the Valley. Talks about changes in water management and the need for more water storage.
Water engineer and former assistant general manager of the Friant Water Authority, and now interim executive director of the San Joaquin Joint Powers Authority. Talks about water cut backs on the east side and the proposed Temperance Flat Dam.
Talks about the history of water development on the Kings and San Joaquin rivers.
Part one of session, where former chief hydrological engineer for the Boswell Corporation. Talked about developing their water systems and farming the Tulare Lake Basin.