• info@axisconservation.com

Colorado River Struggles

The Colorado River supplies around 40 million people with the water they need for everyday use. As population has increased in the west over the past 100 years, the level of the Colorado River has decreased in tandem. The Lake Powell and Lake Mead reservoirs have seen startling depletion over the course of their time, now bordering on catastrophic levels. […]

How to Fight the Water Crisis

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-08-04/california-drought-water-restrictions-how-bad-is-it With water curtailment and regulation sure to increase over the foreseeable future, storage solutions could be the key to California’s agricultural sector moving forward. Subsurface tile systems allow a land owner to collect loose, percolating water and store it for later use. Considering the amount of precipitation California receives during El Nino seasons, and the fact that these systems […]

Drain Tile in the West

Consider that conservation can simply mean that land is left undisturbed as habitat, which meets some environmental goals — but, people need to eat. Once the decision is made to farm a tract of land, farming it with efficiency results in fewer acres required for crop production and more acres available for other uses, including habitat. The technology available today […]