The Statewide Agricultural Production model (SWAP-RTS) simulates California agricultural output by analyzing water supplies and market conditions, helping stakeholders understand economic forces and policy conditions in a $47 billion industry.

Local water agencies use SWAP-RTS to develop cost-effective strategies for the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

Industry organizations use SWAP-RTS to analyze shifts in crop production and costs due to changing market conditions and government policies

Agricultural stakeholders use SWAP-RTS to assess water and price risk across regions or for local farms

Simulates farmer decisions, water availability, and market dynamics

Complete coverage of California's irrigated agriculture and complex regulatory environment

Includes all major crops and federal, state, and local water sources

Powered by proprietary agricultural, hydrologic, and economic data