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Event Registration - CLASS: Principles of Irrigation (Agriculture)

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Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Intermediate | Agriculture (16 CEUs) Master fundamental theory and application principles for agriculture in this intensive session for experienced irrigators (taught in Imperial units). Two full days cover soil-water-plant relationships, advanced hydraulics, electricity, pumps, specialty valves and irrigation equipment. Recommended review for the certified irrigation designer general agriculture exam. Member $290 | Nonmember $340 (includes manual)
  • ADDRESS
    • Idaho Power Company
      599 West 300 South
      Heyburn, ID 83336
  • Speaker(s)
    • Clarence Prestwich, PE
      Irrigation Engineer
      USDA-NRCS - West National Technology Support Center
      Clare Prestwich, CAIS, CID, PE, an Irrigation Engineer on the National Water Quality and Quantity Technical Development Team brings twenty four years of experience to the job. He started with NRCS (then SCS) in Roosevelt Utah field office, as Project Engineer on the Unitah Basin Colorado River Salinity Project. He has since served as an Area Engineer in Cedar City, Utah, the Utah State Irrigation Engineer, in Salt Lake City, and the Idaho State Irrigation Engineer in Twin Falls, Idaho. Clare holds both a BS and MS in Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering from Utah State University in Logan Utah. He is a member of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and is an Irrigation Association Certified Teacher. His Professional Engineer license is for the State of Utah.