Irrigation System Reorganization
Irrigation Water Management
Riparian Area Restoration
Primary Resource Concerns
Water Quality & Quantity
District Meeting information
Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month @ 11:30 a.m.
25855 Mohave Rd., Parker, AZ 85344
The next meeting is scheduled for: TBD
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About the District
The Parker Valley Natural Resource Conservation District (NRCD) was organized in July 1957. The boundaries overlap two states, Arizona and California, and the Colorado River. The District includes three counties, La Paz, San Bernardino, and Riverside, which defines the Colorado River Indian Reservation.
The objective of the Parker Valley NRCD is to promote conservation and education of our natural resources. The major land use in the valley is irrigated cropland, with alfalfa and cotton the dominate crops. The top resource concern is water quality and quantity. Other resource concerns are wildlife habitat, recreation, and conservation education.
- Elevation: 360 ft.
- Terrain: Western Sonoran Desert; 80,000 acres irrigated cropland
- Precipitation: Average 2-4″ annually
- La Paz County: 220,125 acres
- San Bernardino County: 37,696 acres
- Riverside County: 6,226 acres
- Paul Babbitt, Chairman
- Benny Aja, Vice-Chairman
- Michael Macauley, Supervisor
- Jim Parks, Supervisor