As a courtesy to site visitors, donors and other supporters, as well as grant, fellowship, and scholarship applicants, below please find a variety of useful links that tie-in to the work of The Acequia Institute and its Board Members. The views expressed in these hyertext resources (NGO home pages, Blogs, Facebook pages, Twitter, and other social media) do not reflect the official policies or views of The Acequia Institute or the various universities and NGOs which are listed for identification purposes only in the Board of Directors page. Click on the title for the active link which will open in a new window.
LINKS TO ON-LINE RESOURCES
Environmental and Food Justice. A blog moderated and hosted by Dr. Devon G. Peña. With over 1 million unique page visits, this blog is a widely cited and respected source for news, analysis, and commentary on the environmental and food justice movements, food sovereignty, developments and results from studies in environmental and community health risk science, and ongoing and timely discussion and analysis of commercial agricultural biotechnologies (GMOs, CRSPR gene-editing, RNAi, etc.) and their environmental, cultural, and political economic impacts.
Community to Community Development. The home page of the renowned food justice organization. Board Member Rosalinda Guillen has worked with C2C since its establishment as a frontline grassroots environmental and food justice orgnanization supporting workers across the entire food chain. C2C is a recipient of the US Food Sovereignty Prize .
Enrique Salmon's Home Page. The home page of Board Member Enrique Salmon. Here is a link to one of Dr. Salmon's YouTube clips highlighting indigenous concepts of kincentric ecology from a chapter in the newly published and acclaimed U. of Chicago Press book, Wildness: Relations of People and Place . Kincentric Ecology
Voces de Maíz Project. The home page of the corn protectors network, Voces de Maíz | Voices of Maize. This active collaborative archive and organizing project includes corn protectors from Canada, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, the U.S., and other countries.
Images of Tierra y Vida. The Acequia Institute Digital Archive. Developed and hosted by Kathyrn Blackmer Reyes of San Jose State Unversity in patnership with TAI, this Adobe Spark website is still in the development phase, but we invite visitors to peruse this important archival work to get a sense of the scope of this project. And, please visit often for updates.
The Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association. The home page of the Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association (SdCAA), a 501(c)3 organization representing over 73 acequias, which in turn support approximately 300 families. Includes many useful links to acequia governance documents, the annual Congreso of Colorado Acequias, and information about scholarships.