About LTRID
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Pixley
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Did you know that since 1950, twenty-one different landowners have served on the Lower Tule board of directors?

As one of the largest irrigation districts in the State of California, Lower Tule Riverís influence and responsibilities extend far beyond its district boundaries.

The Lower Tule River Irrigation District has always played an active role in local, state and national water issues and it is recognized accordingly. The Lower Tule River Irrigation District has a long history of working with its neighbors in good times and in bad, and is known for its progressive nature in all facets of its business.

Facilitated by a five-person board of directors, the Lower Tule River Irrigation District serves Deer Creek, Tule River Authority, Poplar Ditch Company, Pioneer Water Company and large dairy industries within the district. The district covers over 104,000 acres and has over 150 miles of canals and rivers.

The water supply for the Lower Tule River Irrigation District is drawn from 400,000 acre-feet from Tule River: 300,000 acre-feet of the Friant-Kern Canal; and 31,000 acre-feet from Cross Valley Canal.

Image of dairy farmer.
Did you know that since 1958, twenty-one different landowners have served on the Pixley oard of directors?

The Pixley Irrigation District has always played an active role in local, state and national water issues and it is recognized accordingly. The Pixley Irrigation District has a long history of working with its neighbors in good times and in bad, and is known for its progressive nature in all facets of its business.

Facilitated by a five-person board of directors, the Pixley Irrigation District serves many landowners and large dairy industries within the district. The district covers over 69,500 acres and has over 67 miles of canals and rivers.

The water supply for the Pixley Irrigation District is drawn from 31,200 acre-feet from the Cross Valley Canal.