USCID Aims foster sustainable, socially acceptable and environmentally responsible irrigation, drainage and
flood control systems and practices for providing
food, clothing and shelter...


Sustainable Basin Water Management —
Challenges of Supply and Demand Management at the Basin Scale

Reno, Nevada

Eighth International Conference on
Irrigation and Drainage

June 2-5, 2015

Early Registration Discount Extended to May 26.

Emerging Issues in Water Management Governance

Albuquerque, New Mexico

A USCID Water Management Conference

November 17-20, 2015

Call for Papers now online

Center Pivot sprinkler irrigation is one method used to allow semiarid western lands to produce more abundant harvests. (Photo: USGS)

USCID is a nonprofit professional society, organized in 1952, whose multi-disciplinary membership shares an interest in the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of irrigation, drainage and flood control works; agricultural economics; water law; and environmental and social issues affecting irrigated agriculture.

USCID is the United States representative to the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage. ICID is an international Non-Governmental Organization linking more than 70 national committees with a common interest in irrigation and drainage.