Solving Agricultural Water Challenges In The West

August 19, 2022 12:00 pm
Jeff Tuel

Executive Vice President, Jain Distribution Holdings

Officials this week say Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming must figure out how to use 15% less water. The US Department of the Interior has declared the first-ever tier 2 shortage for the Colorado River.

This means less water for agriculture​. This is an ongoing issue, and short-term and long-term solutions are needed.

During our webinar, Jeff Tuel and Richard Restuccia will discuss the current situation and, more importantly, some short and long-term solutions to improve agriculture and landscaping and secure a long-term water future for the West.

During this webinar, you will learn:

  1. The current dire water situation in the West
  2. The recent restrictions being placed on agricultural and urban water 
  3. Why the restrictions are falling short
  4. How technology can improve the situation
  5. Steps you can take to improve the current water shortage
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Jeff Tuel


Jeff Tuel is currently the Executive Vice President of Jain Distribution Holdings in Fresno, CA, where he provides leadership to Jain’s Monitoring and Control division.  Jeff has dedicated the last 17 years of his career to Ag irrigation in executive leadership positions on the Ag dealer and manufacturing sides of the industry, as well as serving on the Irrigation Association’s Board of Directors and Government Affairs Committee. Jeff has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and spent the first half of his career in high-tech, which is where his passion for helping to bring technology solutions to agriculture stems from.  Jeff is an avid tournament bass fisherman, so when he’s not out in the field working with growers to improve the use of water, he’s on the water fishing.

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