The Haury Program believes in strong partnerships to support initiatives within the University of Arizona and in the wider community. These partnerships leverage the resources of the University to promote excellence in research, collaboration, education, and programs. The Program encourages innovation in all areas and invests in networks and programs which educate and implement, especially those which give voice to and work on solutions for those populations most vulnerable to environmental and social justice challenges.
Promoting Social Equity through Community Energy Partnerships was the result of a partnership among Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc. (SERI), University of Arizona (UA) Soil, Water and Environmental Science (SWES) and UA Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences (HAS). Ann Marie Wolf and Flor Morales (SERI), Mónica Ramírez-Andreotta (UA SWES) and Eric Betterton (UA HAS) continue collaboration that informs this latest effort.
Green Streets in South Tucson was a partnership among Tucson Clean and Beautiful (TC&B), the City of South Tucson and the University of Arizona Garden Kitchen. The 2017 Haury Program seed grant helped the team establish training for adults incarcerated in Pima County while greening four main streets in the City of South Tucson under the leadership of Katie Gannon of TC&B.