Managing water: a new farmer and a very old acequia November 08, 2016 An interview with Nery Martínez | "Here in New Mexico we have a system of ditches or channels called an acequias. It’s a system—a really, really old system—that allows people to get irrigation water on their land." From droughts to contamination, our water supply is precarious July 18, 2016 By Casey Holland | Where does our water come from? Too few of us in the United States ask this question as we turn on our faucets and partake in a seemingly limitless supply of clean drinking water. Meet Casey: "I've finally found the farm I hope to spend the rest of my life on" June 29, 2016 By Casey Holland | After I grew up and went to college, I rapidly realized the importance of agriculture as a means to directly address some of the most pernicious challenges facing my community.