The University of Georgia’s Stripling Irrigation Research Park (SIRP) is a state-of-the-art irrigation research and education center.

Located in the heart of the Dougherty Plain of Georgia, on Georgia Highway 37 between Camilla and Newton, SIRP’s primary research involves cutting-edge technologies in the field of precision irrigation and precision agriculture.

With a commitment to leadership and problem-solving, SIRP assists in an agricultural-based economy that relies considerably on a critical but finite resource: water. Current research studies focus on water conservation as well as water management using a variety of smart systems for irrigation.

SIRP Calendar

February 19
  • February 19 Young Farmers Meeting
    Stripling Irrigation Research Park
February 26
  • February 26 Cotton & Market Update
    Mitchell County Ag Center
February 28
  • February 28 Young Farmers Meeting
    Stripling Irrigation Research Park
June 11
  • June 11 4H2O Summer Camp
    Stripling Irrigation Research Park
For more events, see the Stripling Park Master Calendar.

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