Share.  Learn.  Exchange.  Inspire.

We live in the arid West, and we are learning how to respond to rising temperatures and increased demands on limited water.  

Querencia Green supports people who exchange, share, and develop skills and materials in their neighborhoods.  Our vision is to restore “querencia,” a sense of affection and care for place, in the Albuquerque region with projects that re-connect neighbors to water and land.  

Rainwater Harvesting and Green Infrastructure: Projects and Opportunities

Government Support for Water Harvesting 

Blog & News

Inspiration on PBS KNME in January 2015 - New Mexico’s PBS station KNME will broadcast the documentary film WATER BLUES GREEN SOLUTIONS in January 2015.  The film presents US cities that are using stormwater to generate resilient landscapes in public parks, school yards and along streets.  Local Green Infrastructure supporters and designers made a request with Querencia Green to KNME to air the program – and KNME scheduled […]
Stormwater Solutions and Opportunities - During the summer in New Mexico, you can expect to see a lot of rain fall to the earth within an hour.  A half-inch.  An inch.  Did you see the water flowing down the streets, carrying dirt, gravel, and pollutants? This monsoon season has offered several (though not enough) opportunities to get wet and see […]