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Founded in 1983, Cadiz Inc. is a natural resources development company committed to providing sustainable water and agricultural opportunities in California. We own approximately 45,000 acres of land with high-quality, naturally recharging groundwater resources in three areas of Southern California’s Mojave Desert. Our properties represent a unique private reserve of land with vested water rights located in a remote area of eastern San Bernardino County that is at the crossroads of major highway, rail, energy, and water infrastructure that deliver necessary resources to communities in California and across Western States.  Our main objective is to realize the highest and best use of our land, water, and related infrastructure assets in an environmentally responsible way that is sustainable and responsive to California’s resource needs.

Corporate HQ

550 South Hope Street, Suite 2850

Los Angeles, CA 90071


Public Company Details

Listing Exchange:  NASDAQ

Ticker Symbol:  CDZI

Fiscal Year End: December 31

Independent Auditor: PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP


Courtney Degener
VP, Investor Relations
Cadiz Inc.
550 S. Hope Street
Suite 2850
Los Angeles, CA 90071




Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company
17 Battery Place, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10004
212-616-7616, fax



Corporate Governance


Our Board of Directors maintains three committees – the Audit & Risk Committee, the Compensation Committee and the Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee.  The Committees are comprised of our independent directors.  Winston Hickox presently serves as the lead independent director for the Board.




Each Board committee maintains a written charter detailing its authority and responsibilities. Our Committee charters, corporate policies and governance documents are available at the following links:



Audit & Risk Committee Charter

Compensation Committee Charter

Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee Charter




Code of Conduct & Ethics

Policy Statement Regarding Insider Trading and Confidentiality

Policy for Anti-Bribery And Corruption 2021





Presentation June 2021 – General Update: Download (pdf)
Presentation August 2020 – General Update: Download (pdf)
Presentation September 30, 2019 – General Update: Download (pptx)
Presentation March 2019 – General Update: Download (pptx)
Presentation May 23, 2018 – B. Riley Conference: Download (pptx)
Presentation May 24, 2017 – B. Riley Conference: Download (pptx)
Presentation March 14, 2017 – Roth Capital Conference: Download (pptx)
Presentation March 2017 – General Update: Download (pptx)
Presentation  December 2017 – General Update:  Download (pdf)

2021 Annual Meeting


Our 2021 Annual Meeting will be held virtually online. There will not be a physical location to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting in person. However, the virtual 2021 Annual Meeting will provide substantially the same opportunities to participate as you would have at an in-person meeting, including the ability to submit questions and vote your shares. Detailed instructions on how to vote and participate at the 2021 Annual Meeting will be found online on this website.


Virtual meeting date: Thursday, June 17, 2021
Virtual meeting time: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time (PDT)
Virtual meeting link:

2020 FORM 10-K

Click here to read the Cadiz Inc. 2020 Form 10-K in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).


Click here to read the Cadiz Inc. 2021 Proxy Statement in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).

  • Agriculture

  • More than 35 years

    3500 Acres


    Organic Certified Crops


    Industrial Hemp


    Certified by State &
    Local Authorities






  • Water & Infastructure

  • 9 wells


    Capacity to deliver 25,000 Acre ft
    / per year


    Excellent Water Quality


    Very Low TDS


    Meets all state & federal
    without treatment



  • Environmental Stewardship

  • Desert Tortoise Conservation Bank


    MOU with San Diego Zoo


    Permanent Land Conservation


    Renewable Energy


    Protection of Desert Water Systems





  • Stakeholder Focus

  • Active in Local &
    Global Community


    Aiding Underserved Communities


    Support from more than 70
    Elected Officials & Prominent Organizations


    Resource Evaluation & Reporting


    Hire Local Work Force