Annual Conference 2010: Showcase

"Creating New Leadership for Arizona’s
Water and Environment in a Time of Change"

June 9, 2010
  1. Arizona Land and Water Trust, Aaron Citron, “Benefiting Landowners and Desert Rivers: The Desert Rivers and Riparian Heritage Initiative.”
  2. Sonoran Institute, Claire Zugmeyer, “Living River: Charting the Health of the Upper Santa Cruz River.”
  3. Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UA, Paul N. Wilson, “Preparing Future Leaders.”
  4. Southern Arizona Geosciences Union for Academics, Research, and Outreach (SAGUARO), Jeanine Ash, “SAGUARO:  Creating diverse leadership in the geosciences for Arizona's future.”
  5. Engineers Without Borders Southern Arizona Professional Chapter, Jennifer C. Dussor, “Engineers Without Borders Water Supply Well and Pump Improvements Project.”
  6. Watershed Management Group, James MacAdam, “Green Jobs and Green Infrastructure: Training Tomorrow’s Environmental Leaders.”
  7. Southern Arizona Green Chamber of Commerce, John Brown, “Making the Business Case for Green.”
  8. Mansfield Middle School, Arizona Project WET, Master Watershed Steward,“Fostering Community Leadership through Action Education: The School Water Audit (SWAP) at Mansfield Middle School.”
  9. Pima County Public Library and Inside/Out Project, Sarajean Harwood and Madeline Kiser.
  10. Tucson Arts Brigade/The Conscious Collective, Jodi Netzer, “Creative Communications: Community Arts and Commissioned Works.”
  11. Green Valley Pecan Company, “The Pecan: Agriculture in the Desert Southwest.”
  12. Southern Arizona Water Users Association (SAWUA), Chris Ward, “Future Leaders and Staff in the Water Industry.”
  13. Haley E. Paul, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University, with a grant from Western Sustainable Agriculture and Education (SARE), “Agricultural Water Use and the 1980 Groundwater Management Act: Institutional Change and Water Conservation in south-central Arizona, USA.”
  14. Students for Sustainability, Lesley Ash.
  15. Gwendolyn Woods, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of Arizona, “Optimizing Distributed Wastewater Reclamation Capacity in Tucson.”
  16. Jenna Wild, Tucson High Magnet School, “Ampicillin Resistant Bacteria in Wastewater Effluent.”
  17. Kelsey Waite, Tucson High Magnet School, “Determining the location and spreading of the salt water-fresh water interface in wells using simple resistance measurements.”
  18. Central Arizona Project, Mitch Basefsky.  
  19. Arizona Hydrological Society, Mike Hulst.
  20. Montgomery & Associates, Juliet McKenna.
  21. Little Colorado River Plateau RC&D, David M. Newlin, “Little Colorado River Watershed.”