Joe Arneson

Joe ended his several year run as a PBT intern from 2013 to 2015, after graduating from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln studying Water Science. Having spent the majority of his summer vacations at National Parks, Joe has grown to love the outdoors and the beauty of nature.

Joe's Work

In the early 1900s in the arid West, C. W. McConaughy recognized the discontinuity between high river flows in the spring and low flows in the middle of summer, when farmers needed water most. McConaughy, a grain merchant and mayor of Holdrege, Nebraska, developed the idea of supplemental irrigation.

On October 19, 2014, our team ventured to Seattle, Wash., for the annual Water for Food Global Conference. This year’s focus was “Harnessing the Data Revolution: Ensuring Water and Food Security from Field to Global Scales.” As interns with Platte Basin Timelapse, Mariah Lundgren and I were lucky enough to be invited on the trip […]