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Groundwater Recharge Assessment Tool

The Groundwater Recharge Assessment Tool (GRAT) gives agricultural water providers and Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs), essential insights to maximize groundwater recharge opportunities. GRAT’s cloud-based application integrates hydrologic, agronomic and geologic science with best-available data from local, state and federal sources to create an indexed ranking of suitable sites.

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Groundwater Recharge Assessment Tool

The Groundwater Recharge Assessment Tool (GRAT) gives agricultural water providers and Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs), essential insights to maximize groundwater recharge opportunities. GRAT’s cloud-based application integrates hydrologic, agronomic and geologic science with best-available data from local, state and federal sources to create an indexed ranking of suitable sites.

Benefits

GRAT enables districts and GSAs to more efficiently create, evaluate and implement Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs).

GRAT helps districts avoid missed opportunities to augment their water supplies by optimizing district recharge.

Main Features

GRAT was developed by Sustainable Conservation and The Earth Genome in conjunction with irrigation districts, growers and agronomists.

It integrates hydrologic, agronomic and geologic science with the best available data from local, state and federal sources.

GRAT’s nearly unlimited scenarios and customized reports, comparing recharge methods, water recharged, and more!

Primary Audience

Districts and Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs)

Local and State Governments

Benefits

GRAT enables districts and GSAs to more efficiently create, evaluate and implement Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs).

GRAT helps districts avoid missed opportunities to augment their water supplies by optimizing district recharge.

Main Features

GRAT was developed by Sustainable Conservation and The Earth Genome in conjunction with irrigation districts, growers and agronomists.

It integrates hydrologic, agronomic and geologic science with the best available data from local, state and federal sources.

GRAT’s nearly unlimited scenarios and customized reports, comparing recharge methods, water recharged, and more!

Primary Audience

Districts and Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs)

Local and State Governments

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Don Cameron

Vice President and General Manager

Terranova Ranch

GRAT is a great resource for districts and GSAs like mine throughout the Valley that can benefit from utilizing water for on-farm groundwater recharge. Knowing where and when to do recharge is critical, and GRAT provides the insight.