Family Farm Alliance

July 28, 2015--Family Farm Alliance Rrport: 'Colorado River Basin water management - principles & recommendations' (Water Wired)

The Family Farm Alliance is a grass-roots organization with the sole mission of protecting and enhancing irrigated agriculture in the Western United States.

Family Farm Alliance Annual Conference (Las Vegas, NV)

02/19/2015 8:30 am
02/20/2015 5:00 pm

2015 Annual Meeting and Conference
February 19-20, 2015

Th 2015 Family Farm Alliance Annual Meeting and Conference will be conducted at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. For more information call (541) 892-6244 or visit their website at

May 8, 2014--Family Farm Alliance white paper: 'Twenty questions on water storage projects & more! (Water Wired)

With much of the West blanketed by moderate to severe drought conditions there has been heightened recent interest expressed for the need for additional water storage facilities.

24th Annual Family Farm Alliance Meeting and Conference (Las Vegas, NV)

02/23/2012 8:00 am
02/24/2012 5:00 pm

The 24th Annual Family Farm Alliance meeting and conference will be conducted in Las Vegas, Nevada. Contact them for more information and/or to register. 

December 3, 2009--Summit discusses water issues with growing population (Greeley Tribune)

A recent United Nations report indicated that about 70 percent more food will be needed in the world by 2040 as the world's population expands. “How are we going to do that without water?” Pat O'Toole asked a crowd of more than 100 people Tuesday at the 2009 Ag Water Summit, conducted at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.

Family Farm Alliance Annual Conference (Las Vegas, NV)

03/03/2010 8:00 am
03/05/2010 5:00 pm

For more information and/or to register, visit their website.

Family Farm Alliance Annual Conference (Las Vegas, NV)

03/05/2009 8:00 am
03/06/2009 8:00 pm
For more information and/or to register, visit the Family Farm Alliance website at

September 16, 2007--Farm group advocates for water protection (Pueblo Chieftain)

Using irrigation water as drought insurance for growing urban areas is an unwise course that could threaten the nation’s food supply, a new study looking at climate change reports. A Family Farm Alliance study says climate change could reduce snowpack, increase the need for water and decrease groundwater recharge.

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