"Changing Waters: Adaptation and Resilience"
Economic Stress: Hard Times for Water Planning and Management
This event was part of the Dialogue's ongoing efforts to strengthen and integrate regional and state water planning, a day-long workshop focused on the challenges and prospects of regional water planning, held at the Sevilleta NWR research facility near Socorro. It was a working meeting, and was free for the attendees.
The Dialogue's 15th Annual Statewide Meeting "Bringing Accountability to Water Planning: Do We Need a Crisis?"
Transcripts of most presentations (starred (*) on the agenda below) are available for download, as either MS Word or PDF files. Credit and thanks are due to Lisa Robert, who prepared and edited the transcripts from audio tapes recorded at the meeting, and to Elaine Hebard, who "threaded" slides with the text files, to create "seamless" documents. To read or download the presentations, click on the underlined panel title.
The Dialogue's 13th Annual Statewide Meeting, "Water Planning - So What?" was held on Friday, January 12, 2007, at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque. Attendance from around the state was excellent, and participants reported the presentations and dialogue were valuable for taking the "next steps" in regional plan implementation and updating the State Water Plan. Presentations and panel discussions were recorded and transcribed (with thanks to Board members Elaine Hebard and Lisa Robert). All have now been posted. Click on the appropriate links below.