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Save Our Home

And with her, us as well.

Some things to do and to think about in regards to something any one person can do, and soon, a million can make a difference and then ten million can make real changes.

Ride a Bicycle

Faster than LA rush hour traffic, more powerful than an oil tanker, siiting tall and cruisin': the bicycle rider!
In our town the majority of cyclists are over 40! Come on, kids, get with it.

A barefoot gardener

Food and Sustenance

Remember Victory Gardens? It's time to bring back victory gardens - victory over poverty, disease, bad governments, hate, wars. Even if you only plant one tomato plant in a pot on your balcony, that tomato will be the most delicious one you could eat. Garden organically!

Our Acequias

Amigos Bravos

Founded in 1988, Amigos Bravos is the only non-profit river advocacy group in New Mexico dedicated to preserving both the ecological and cultural richness of the Río Grande watershed.
The legendary Río Grande covers a great distance and ties together peoples, cultures, and history. It is not only an ecological corridor, but a cultural corridor as well. Because rivers are the lifeblood of communities, human and natural, Amigos Bravos works to protect both the ecological and cultural richness engendered by the rivers

World Water Rescue Foundation

World Water Rescue Foundation is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to protecting and preserving the world's water resources and ensuring the fundamental right of access to safe drinking Water for All People. Water is essential to every aspect of life. We cannot live without it. There is no technology available that can manufacture it. It cannot be replaced or duplicated. It must be valued and safeguarded. World Water Rescue Foundation exists to restore, in an environmentally sound manner and in harmony with the needs of the world, the integrity of the element of water, which is in significant danger.


Let's create and demand the real alternatives.

Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability

Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) describes a $228.9 billion U.S. marketplace for goods and services focused on health, the environment, social justice, personal development and sustainable living. The consumers attracted to this market have been collectively referred to as Cultural Creatives and represent a sizable group in this country. Approximately 30 percent of the adults in the U.S., or 50 million people, are currently considered LOHAS Consumers.