A portrait of Haley Paul.

Haley Paul

Policy Manager

Haley Paul joined the team in April 2018 as Audubon Arizona's Policy Manager. In this role she works across the Audubon Arizona network to build relationships with key stakeholders and elected officials to promote sound water and natural resource policies. Haley most recently comes from the Town of Gilbert as their Water Resources Coordinator, where she led the water conservation team and its strategy, developed water resources policy, and conducted water use reporting and accounting. She studied at Arizona State University for a graduate degree in Sustainability and attended Washington State University for her undergraduate.

Haley is from Phoenix, Arizona and grew up running on the trails of South Mountain. On family walks, Haley demonstrates to her three-year-old daughter the differences between White-winged Doves and Mourning Doves. She’ll get it… eventually.

Contact

hpaul@audubon.org
602-468-6470 ext. 110

Articles by Haley Paul

Audubon Gives Testimony In Support of Funding to Remove Invasive Plants Along Arizona's Rivers
Western Rivers Action Network

Audubon Gives Testimony In Support of Funding to Remove Invasive Plants Along Arizona's Rivers

— The grant funding would help restore native plants and habitat.
What happened in Vegas? When it comes to water, this doesn’t stay in Vegas
Western Rivers Action Network

What happened in Vegas? When it comes to water, this doesn’t stay in Vegas

— Feds don’t want to gamble on risky water future—and give new urgency to complete the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan.
What is Going on with Water Planning in Arizona?
Western Rivers Action Network

What is Going on with Water Planning in Arizona?

— Work continues on a drought plan that will better prepare Arizona for a drier future for people and birds.
Eight Natural Resource Issues for the next U.S. Senator from Arizona
Western Rivers Action Network

Eight Natural Resource Issues for the next U.S. Senator from Arizona

— No issue defines Arizona’s past and its future more than water.
10 Things You Should Know About Arizona’s Groundwater Management Act
Western Rivers Action Network

10 Things You Should Know About Arizona’s Groundwater Management Act

— Why protecting groundwater is so important for people and birds.
Shortage on the Colorado River is Imminent, but a Catastrophic One is Not
Western Rivers Action Network

Shortage on the Colorado River is Imminent, but a Catastrophic One is Not

— Parties in Arizona must keep pushing to leave more water in Lake Mead.
Balancing the needs of rivers, riparian habitat, and housing while ensuring environmental protections and sustainability for Arizonans
Western Rivers Action Network

Balancing the needs of rivers, riparian habitat, and housing while ensuring environmental protections and sustainability for Arizonans

— How a recent ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court fails to protect the San Pedro River and current and future residents in southeastern Arizona.
Dense Forests, Encroached Meadows, and Devastating Wildfires
Western Rivers Action Network

Dense Forests, Encroached Meadows, and Devastating Wildfires

— How Audubon and the Arizona Elk Society work together to protect rivers in the West.
Using less and paying more. A conundrum it seems, until you dig a little deeper
Western Rivers Action Network

Using less and paying more. A conundrum it seems, until you dig a little deeper

— Doing nothing about the Colorado River’s decline is too risky