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Our vision is to restore “querencia,” a sense of affection and care for place across Albuquerque neighborhoods.

We live in the Southwest US and must learn how to respond to rising temperatures and increased demands on limited water.  We support people who exchange, share, and develop skills and materials in their neighborhoods.  Cooperation is celebrated as projects to support healthy food, water, energy, housing, and transportation are created.  

Visit: Rainwater Harvesting and Green Infrastructure Demonstration Program 


Blog & News

Earthworks working at Tijeras Creek - A few days after a sole spring shower, a few explorers walked through the Tijeras Creek Restoration site with Jim Brooks.  Tijeras Creek is a tributary of the middle Rio Grande watershed, flowing westward in the canyon between the Sandia and Manzano mountains, near Interstate 40.  Jim designs and constructs resilient green infrastructure using permaculture […]
Seasonal Notes – Spring into Resilience - Water resilience rebates, free classes, and hands-on training It still feels like Spring in mid-May, with snow dusting the tallest of the Sandia mountains—a perfect time to develop more resilience in using water.  Affordable or free materials and diverse learning opportunities make it even more possible to conserve and re-use. If you really want to […]