Grady Gammage, Jr. was appointed to Governor Doug Ducey’s newly formed Governor’s Water Augmentation Council. The Council was created as part of the Governor’s Water Initiative and will work with the Arizona Department of Water Resources to preserve water supplies in Arizona in the future.
The Council will focus on long-term strategies, additional conservation methods, and infrastructure needs to ensure future water supplies in Arizona.
In addition to being a member of the firm, Grady is a senior research fellow at Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute. His work there focuses on growth and development, quality of life, and local economic issues, including water issues. He served on the Central Arizona Project Board of Directors for 12 years, and was President during a period of turbulence when the CAP was suing the Federal Government over the cost of the CAP canal.