Water is a finite and vulnerable vital resource. Water scarcity is an increasing problem that simultaneously affects society, the environment, and food production. On farms, climate change is likely to further exacerbate the pressure on surface and groundwater supplies. At the same time, the projected increase in agricultural production required to feed the world over the coming decades makes the water challenge a top priority, as approximately 70 percent of the world’s freshwater is used by agriculture. The issues of water and agriculture are intertwined – without water there is no farming. Therefore, to tackle the challenge of food security, the challenge of water has to be met first.