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ND’s Variable Weather Proves Back-to-Back Drought and Flood is Possible

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There is one constant in North Dakota’s weather – constant change. After drought conditions made headlines throughout 2021 and into the first quarter of 2022, a soggy April and May left many communities across the state dealing with flooding. WDAY TV Chief Meteorologist John Wheeler has spoken about the variability of our climate several times while […]

Introducing Jay Anderson, Garrison Diversion Board Member

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It’s no surprise that Jay Anderson was elected to represent Ransom County on the Garrison Diversion Conservancy District Board. Water and agriculture have weaved throughout his life in several ways. He served on the Ransom-Sargent Rural Water Board from 1994 to 2006. In 1994, he helped start the Central area of the Southeast Water Users […]

RRVWSP Construction & Standard Land Reclamation Process

Transmission Pipeline

Pipe shipments are set to arrive in July, and pipeline installation on the Red River Valley Water Supply Project (RRVWSP) will kick into high gear. Crews will begin in Foster County southeast of Carrington, North Dakota, and continue west, working towards the existing 1.2 miles of pipeline installed last year. This summer, the pipe for […]