The plan is for the state to offer deferred loans to the White River Irrigation District that will be repaid with revenue generated through the sale of water.
What does WRID stand for?
WRID stands for White River Irrigation District (Arkansas)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of WRID
- Western Region Item Bank (cooperative employment testing resource; San Bernardino, CA)
- Women for Recreation, Information and Business (est. 1991; Canada)
- Waste Resource Innovation Centre (Guelph, Canada)
- Water Resources Information Center (various locations)
- Weed Research and Information Center (University of California Davis)
- Western Regional Instrumentation Centre (Bombay, India)
- Western Regional Institute for Community Oriented Public Safety (Washington State University Spokane)
- Washington Regional Institute for Clinical and Translational Science
- Water Resources and Irrigation Development
- Water Resources Information Database (California)
- Wisconsin Registered Interior Designer (Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing)
- Work Related Injury Department
- Western Region Interpreter Education Center (Oregon and California)
- World Risk and Insurance Economics Congress
- Waterloo Region Immigrant Employment Network (Canada)
- Water Resources Investment Fund (California)
- White River Indie Films (Vermont)
- Wild Rose Independent Film Festival (Des Moines, IA)
- Wound-Rotor Induction Generator
- WHO (World Health Organization) Research Into Global Hazards of Travel
Samples in periodicals archive:
The federal lawsuit is against the Army Engineers, while the state lawsuit names the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission and the White River Irrigation District as defendants.
After more than two years of lobbying for landowner approval of the $270 million Grand Prairie Area Demonstration Project, a deadline petition count by the White River Irrigation District found 530 of the 1,012 landowners had signed on.