Lydia DeHaven

Bureau of Land Management Monticello Field Office

Lydia DeHaven is an archaeologist and cultural resource manager focused on public land management in the Four Corners Region. She is currently the Archaeologist for the Bureau of Land Management Monticello Field Office, which covers 1.9 million acres in San Juan County, Utah. Lydia is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and received her undergraduate degree from The University of Kansas and her Master’s Degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Applied Archaeology with a focus on remote sensing and geographical information systems. She has spent the past eight years working in the Southwest, primarily the Mesa Verde Region, for the private and federal sectors.