Resilient Archuleta - Community Conversations around Resilience

Resilient Archuleta is hosting a series of meetings with guest speakers to help facilitate conversations

around community resiliency. The first meeting in this series will focus on watershed resiliency in the

face of projected changes to water supply and demand with guest speaker Dagmar Llewellyn of the US

Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Albuquerque Area Office.

May 29th

6:00 to 8:00 pm

Archuleta County Extension of Colorado State University, intersection of Highways 84 and 160

(County Fairgrounds)

Dagmar has served as a hydrologist in the water planning group of the Bureau of Reclamation office in

Albuquerque since 2010. At Reclamation, she coordinates projects related to the projection of future

water supply and demand, and to building of resilience to resulting changes in our watersheds, including

the Rio Grande and San Juan Basins. Ms. Llewellyn is a member of the 2-3-2 partnership and is on the

Steering Committee for the San Juan-Chama Watershed Partnership. For the past four years, she has

co-supervised with the Chama Peak Land Alliance an Americorps VISTA volunteer who performs

outreach for the San Juan-Chama Watershed Partnership and performs outreach related to the

implementation of upland forest treatments in the San Juan and Chama Basins.

After the interactive presentation segment, we will continue with discussions based on Resilient

Archuleta’s previous strategy meetings which identified risks and vulnerabilities in the area and we will

begin work on our action plans.

All community members are encouraged to attend to give input to this process.