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Garrison Diversion Welcomes New Engineer

The Garrison Diversion Conservancy District (Garrison Diversion) recently welcomed engineer Ryan Anderson to its Carrington office. Ryan will work closely with District Engineer, Kip Kovar, where his job duties will include work on the major slide project, developing irrigation, and developing and implementing a work plan and budget for the Garrison Diversion O&M program.

Ryan received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University and is working towards becoming a registered Professional Engineer. 

Ryan is originally from Sheyenne and currently resides in New Rockford. He enjoys the outdoors, especially golfing, hunting and fishing.

After working with a large engineering firm in Bismarck, Ryan says he’s looking forward to the new experience of working in a smaller office setting and is glad to get close to home.

Garrison Diversion’s mission is to provide a reliable, high quality and affordable water supply to benefit the people of North Dakota. They are headquartered in Carrington, with Operations and Maintenance offices located in McClusky, New Rockford and Oakes, North Dakota.

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