Aaron has worked in some of the most water-scarce communities in the West. He initially set about working in arid southern Nevada, after completing a BS through the UNLV School of Architecture. Since returning to Utah in 2005, his work has largely focused on interactions between agricultural water use and the environment. He has worked across a spectrum of water resource projects including fish habitat restoration, agricultural irrigation infrastructure development and modernization, and agricultural water use inventory and analysis. Since 2006, he has served as a planning commissioner in his hometown. By working toward his MS of Bioregional Planning, he intends to seek understanding that can inform the solution’s our communities will need in the future.