Water Conservation Field Services Program
In cooperation with water users, states, federal agencies, local entities and others, we in the Great Plains Region should direct our water management and conservation efforts towards helping water users identify and implement water efficiency improvements that will improve the overall beneficial use of water and related resources.
Through successful implementation of the WCFSP, we in the Great Plains Region will demonstrate to the water user community, the public, states, other partners, and staff, our capability and sincere commitment to managing and protecting the water and related resources to which we are entrusted in an environmentally and economically sound manner.
Through proactive, but judicious use of technical and financial assistance, technology transfer, and education programs, we will work in the interest of the public good by:
- Helping to remedy current problems by providing tools (education, training, outreach) to help resolve, and prevent, similar problems in the future.
- Finding ways to provide water for beneficial uses which are presently not being met.
- Reducing negative impacts resulting from inefficient water operations.
- Improving, enhancing, or enlarging current benefits for present beneficiaries.
Last Updated: March 12, 2013