The Arizona Water Blueprint: A Map for Arizona’s Water Resilience
Susan Craig, Kyl Center for Water Policy, Arizona State University
The Kyl Center for Water Policy’s signature project, the Arizona Water Blueprint, is an innovative interactive map of the state’s water resources and infrastructure. Rich with data, the Blueprint is designed to foster holistic water resource thinking and informed water policy discussions to influence sound water stewardship in the state. Offering opportunities for both free exploration and guided tours, the Blueprint will feature detailed information about proposed augmentation projects and the long-term water resilience of communities throughout the state.
At ASU’s Kyl Center for Water Policy, Susan leads projects on water resilience, working to develop a “blueprint” for meeting the state’s future water needs. Having worked for Arizona’s three primary state water agencies and leading programs for 20 years, Susan has a vast knowledge of the state’s water issues, policies and players. She led ADWR’s drought and conservation programs, worked to protect watersheds through assessment and funding at ADEQ, and focused on promoting vital infrastructure investments at WIFA. She has led numerous committees, including the Clean Colorado River Alliance and Governor’s Drought Task Force Interagency Coordinating Group.
Snacks will be provided.
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Biodiversity Knowledge Integration Center
734 W. Alameda Dr
Tempe, AZ 85282