Welcome! This is the Bringing Water to Life podcast. On this podcast, we talk about all things water.
Sprinkler Spruce Up Conversation
For John's last ever podcast with the Irrigation Association, he is joined by Julius Duncan of WaterSense and Debra Burden of the Citrus County Department of Water Resources to talk WaterSense and their Sprinkler Spruce Up Campaign.
The Past Present and Future of Landscape Irrigation - This Episode is Brought to you by Rain Bird
John is joined by Paul Lierheimer of Rain Bird. We talk about the latest technologies, what we experienced in 2020 and the future of landscape irrigation technology.
Pressure Regulating Spray Sprinklers - podcast is brought to you by Hunter Industries
John joins Kelsey Jacquard and Warren Gorowitz with Hunter Industries to discuss the latest news from regarding landscape irrigation and pressure regulating spray sprinklers.
Sustainability in the Irrigation Industry
John is joined by Warren Gorowitz of Hunter Industries and Trevor Mecham of Valley Irrigation to discuss sustainability in the irrigation industry.
BWTL - The COVID-19 Discussions - Interview with Michael O'Brien
John and Kyle sit down with state advocacy expert Michael O'Brien and discuss the different state orders and what they mean for the irrigation industry.
BWTL - The COVID-19 Discussions - Interview with Brian Kuehl
Very approachable even if you don’t have a water background
I love this podcast. They do a really good job of breaking things down for people who don’t have an industry expertise in water issues but who are interested to learn.
Very informative podcast
Bringing water to life is a great podcast, very informative about water & irrigation. Very good chemistry between the hosts and I feel the podcast is very entertaining while being "educational". I like that they try to stay up-to-date with what's happening (irrigation shows, hot topics, etc.). Thank you IA and BWTL team for making my commute in traffic entertaining and beneficial!
This is a fun podcast that provides interesting perspectives on water.