A Community-Driven Approach to Water Security on Displaced Lands in Rural Guatemala
Engineers Without Borders Fort Collins Chapter and Trees • Water & People

Todd Hanlin has over 30 years of experience specializing in water resources and civil infrastructure development. Project experience includes a wide variety of water supply, irrigation, and small-systems. The first 15 years of his career were spent working predominantly in rural Wyoming on a wide variety of water resources and general civil infrastructural projects. This was followed by a decade of efforts working primarily on tribal infrastructure, irrigation, and water rights issues on Native American Reservations throughout the American West. Completion of a dozen or so water resource project in Eritrea were also highlights of this portion of his career. Mr. Hanlin is now a Senior Engineer with Trihydro Corporation and very active in the Fort Collins Chapter of Engineer’s Without Borders and is the Responsible Engineer-In-Charge (REIC) for the Chapter’s efforts in rural Guatemala.