As a community-led and community-based organization that focuses on research, we have created our own publication - La Voz del Valle de Atrisco. This publication is dedicated to informing the public regarding pertinent issues connected to land and water that are impacting the Valle de Atrisco (South Valley). For more information on La Voz, or if you would like a hard copy, contact us and make sure to sign up to receive our online newsletter.
La Voz, Special Edition on the Santolina Master Plan, Issue VIII
This issue of La Voz is completely dedicated to informing the larger public on the Santolina Master Plan and the negative impacts it poses to our communities. You can download a copy here.
Third Annual Cultivando Nuestro Futuro CESOSS Leadership Institute, Fall 2015/Spring 2016, Issue X, May 2016
The Impact of Acequia Traditions and Philosophy on Community Development
Defending Water and Building Solidarity: A Grassroots Multimedia Project
"Undocumented" Education in NM: A True Story
First Annual Cultivando Nuestro Futuro CESOSS Leadership Institute, Spring 2014, Issue VII
This issue of La Voz features the work of our 1st CESOSS Leadership Institute Cohort. If you would like to request a hard copy, contact us.
The Need for Accessible and Affordable Locally Grown Food:
What are the Implications?
Analicia A. Coca
Senate Memorial (SM) 51 and its Implications
Local Food into Public Schools: Benefitting Economy, Heritage,
The Minimum Wage Needs to be Adjusted to Reflect a Living Wage in New Mexico
Ramon A. Soto
Las Acequias Under Attack?
Deportations in the State of New Mexico