GPADP

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GPADPGrand Prairie Area Demonstration Project (US Army)
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The Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project is a U.S.
The goals of the Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project are to provide sufficient agricultural water to farmers and limiting further declines in aquifer groundwater levels.
THE $319 MILLION GRAND Prairie Area Demonstration Project is the largest water project in the state since the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.
From that and other studies, Congress in 1991 authorized the Army Engineers to develop the Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project in partnership with ANRC, the U.S.
The discovery of the bird that had been written off as extinct gave the National Wildlife Federation, headquartered in Reston, Va., and the Arkansas Wildlife Federation ammunition in their current battle against the Corps over the Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project in east-central Arkansas.
The Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project will withdraw more than 158 billion gallons of water annually from the White River basin ecosystem and deliver it to about 900 rice farms, the lawsuit said.
A venture between Garver Engineers and FTN Associates used each firm's expertise to model the behavior of a proposed irrigation system, in the Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project, for the Memphis District Corps.
After more than two years of lobbying for landowner approval of the $270 million Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project, a deadline petition count by the White River Irrigation District found 530 of the 1,012 landowners had signed on.
The WRID's Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project would "divert water from the the White River through a series of canals and pipelines to area landowners," the WRID says.
Promoters of the embattled Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project say they only got a wake-up call from the congressional budget panel that erased the massive irrigation project's $13.9 million budget for the year 2000.
He will devote his skills for at least the next year, when he turns 65, to working on the Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project for the Memphis District of the U.S.
While Congress tries to sidestep the feud among farmers over the $300 million Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project, opposition leader Jerry Lee Bogard and Lt.