There will be a Santolina Educational Forum on Thursday, July 10 at 6pm at La Plazita Institute (831 Isleta Blvd. SW in Albuquerque). Please attend if you're interested in learning more about how sprawl could affect the water resources in the Middle Rio Grande region and show your support for the South Valley acequias in […]Read More »
From the Blog...
Acequias own historic easements on U.S. Forest Service land where acequia irrigation works have been in use prior to the establishment of the USFS. In recent years, burdensome USFS regulations have created barriers to the continued historic and traditional uses by community lands grants and acequias. NMAA leadership recently met with USFS Regional Forester, Cal […]Read More »
By Serafina Lombardi Temperatures in northern New Mexico this spring kept hopping around the thermometer – warming up enough for fruit trees to flower and cooling down enough to freeze most of the bloom. Cold temperatures delayed many outside plantings and damaged early crops. Abruptly, . May 29th, it is 84˚ in Española. With warm […]Read More »