on Oct 29 2010
Jeanmarie Haney was recently appointed to Yavapai County's Water Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).
The Conservancy’s hydrologist, Jeanmarie Haney, recently was appointed to Yavapai County’s Water Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The committee supports the work of the County’s Water Advisory Committee, which is developing regional water management and conservation strategies to ensure sustained use of our water and the protection of the region’s rivers.
The six TAC members have expertise in water resources and water management and are providing technical guidance on the often complex hydrologic, geologic, and engineering issues facing the Water Advisory Committee in its decision-making process.
A resident of Cottonwood, Jeanmarie has extensive experience with hydrologic issues on rivers throughout Arizona as well as professional expertise in hydrogeology, groundwater modeling, and the interplay between hydrology and the health of our riparian and aquatic systems.
on Sep 29 2010
Today, Cheryl Lombard, our director of government relations in Arizona, was recognized by the Arizona Capitol Times as one of their Leaders of the Year in Public Policy for her efforts to bring together diverse coalitions for land and water conservation
"Being recognized by the Arizona Capitol Times is a tremendous honor for Cheryl and well deserved,” said Patrick Graham, state director for the Conservancy in Arizona. "She’s worked tirelessly to bring together various interests and find the common ground to conserve Arizona’s most important lands and rivers. Her work will benefit both people and nature for generations to come."
"She’s worked tirelessly to bring together various interests and find the common ground to conserve Arizona’s most important lands and rivers. Her work will benefit both people and nature for generations to come."
- Pat Graham, State Director
As government relations director, Lombard works with government officials, interest groups and local communities to shape and promote policies that ensure abundant fresh water, clean air, wild spaces and plentiful wildlife remain essential parts of Arizona for future generations. Most recently, the Conservancy worked with the Arizona Legislature to pass off-highway vehicle protections, important water funding and protections while leading state trust land reform.
The Arizona Capitol Time’s Leaders of the Year in Public Policy began in 2007 to recognize excellence in several categories including education, health care, transportation and the environment. This year’s ceremony featured Keynote Speaker Aaron Brown, former CNN anchor and current Walter Cronkite Professor of Journalism at Arizona State University. Governor Jan Brewer, Senate President Robert Burns, House Speaker Kirk Adams and Senate Majority Whip Steve Pierce also gave remarks.