The Central Arizona Project — or CAP — is an aquaduct that serves about 80% of Arizona’s population. Construction started in 1973 and the canal opened 20 years later.
CAP is offering a free virtual learning opportunity to the public. In a two-hour presentation, participants will discover:
- How the system works.
- Where water delivered by the CAP comes from.
- A bit of history about CAP.
- CAP’s plans for the future.
The 2-hour seminar begins at 9 in the morning on Tuesday, June 15, 2020. You can register here.