Water Saver: Oklahoma Master Irrigator Program
In Oklahoma, recent droughts have significantly decreased water levels in lakes, reservoirs, and the Ogallala aquifer, putting pressure on farmers and communities that rely on agriculture for their livelihoods.
With water shortages likely to continue, Oklahoma farmers need innovative ways to manage irrigation and minimize risks to their fields and livestock. Inspired by a program developed by the North Plains Groundwater Conservation District, Extension specialists at Oklahoma State University created a Master Irrigator program to give farmers a fighting chance against these shortages. This publication documents this program.
Sumit Sharma, firstname.lastname@example.org,Oklahoma State University
Saleh Taghvaeian,email@example.com,Oklahoma State University
Sharma, S., Taghvaeian, S., and Martin, H. (2022). Water Saver: Oklahoma Extension Launches Innovative Irrigation Training (1st ed). Kansas City: Extension Foundation. ISBN: 978-955687-13-3