International Center for Water Technology
The International Center for Water Technology was
established to provide education and research to assist
in developing and adopting innovative solutions and
technologies that improve water use efficiency. The
program’s broad mandate includes water supply and
quality; flood protection; and environmental
enhancement. Activities focus on extended education,
laboratory and field research, and policy development.
Water is a finite resource. Responsible management
requires the inclusion of all stakeholders to determine
appropriate long-term use and allocation. While the
program targets opportunities and issues within the San
Joaquin Valley region, solutions and experiences are
for Irrigation Technology
Created in 1980, CIT is internationally recognized
as an independent testing laboratory, applied research
facility and educational resource.
Established through Proposition 13 funding, CWI is
an academic center of excellence for research, education
and policy analysis of issues involving water resources.