The Alfalfa Project (TAP)
The Alfalfa Project (TAP) was created to enable the conversion of 350,000 acres of alfalfa in California’s San Joaquin Valley from traditional flood or sprinkler irrigation to subsurface drip irrigation (SDI).
California Impact Architects
California Impact Architects designs and implements projects with financial, environmental and social impacts.
Why? Because we choose to not merely make a profit, but to also make outrageously good sense. To create projects that benefit people and the planet, with impacts that ripple outward to cause positive change on countless levels.
Environmental & Social Impacts
Making an impact on the lives and livelihoods of growers and the sustainability of the dairy industry supply chain with economic, environmental and social impacts.
Today & Tomorrow. Sustainably.
The mission of the project is to make the farmer successful, meet pending water legislation water restrictions and to remove barriers to sustainable dairy operations here in the San Joaquin Valley of California.
economic, environmental & social
Easy to talk about making an impact, harder to physically make impacts, still harder to quantify and document.
Impacts are a complex web of interactions, each one affecting the other. Our goal of saving 400 billion gallons of water annually in the San Joaquin Valley of California by 2020 cannot be achieved without having substaintial economic, environmental and social impacts.