Scarce and Sacred: Water in NM

[h1]Scarce and Sacred: Water in New Mexico[/h1]

In New Mexico, we are consuming water at a rate that is not sustainable. We depend on this finite natural resource and it is slowly disappearing. As a community we have a responsibility to use water efficiently. In this four week lecture series learn about the water crisis, the legalities of water usage, the diverse ecosystems of the acequias, as well as how the writings of Aldo Leopold influenced the research UNM is conducting to confront the issue of water sustainability.

Solutions to the Water Crisis in New Mexico
February 10, 9:30AM – 11:30 AM

How Water is Allocated and Re-Allocated in New Mexico: Theory vs. Practice
Tuesday, February 17, 9:30AM – 11:30 AM

Ecosystem Services of Traditional Irrigation Systems in Northern New Mexico Watersheds
Tuesday, February 24, 9:30AM – 11:30 AM

The Enduring Role of Aldo Leopold’s Sand County Almanac in Community Planning: Thinking Like a Water
Tuesday, March 3,  9:30AM – 11:30 AM

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