Luján has long recognized the importance that acequias and land grants hold in communities across New Mexico.
“This bipartisan bill – which makes key investments to benefit and strengthen New Mexico, Indian Country, and the entire nation – is a great example of why the difficult work of the appropriations process is worth it. The bill provides strong resources to protect our public lands and the thriving outdoor economy they fuel, as well as funding key programs for Native and rural communities.
Udall To Attend Farm Bill Celebration In Los Luceros, Visit Successful Tech Transfer Facilities In Los Alamos And Address The Santa Fe Rotary Club
On Tuesday, September 3, 2019, U.S. Senator Tom Udall will join U.S. Congressman Ben Ray Luján, representatives from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), New Mexico acequia and land grant leaders, and conservation districts at Los Luceros Historic Ranch to celebrate the 2018 Farm Bill and the signing of a U.S. Forest Service guidance document for working with acequias.
NM Delegation Urges Agriculture Committees to Include Farm Bill Provisions Helping Acequias and Land Grants Access Federal Resources
The first Española Valley Farmers Market of the 2016 growing season was held June 13 on Railroad Avenue in Espanola. The Farmers Market is held every Monday from now until late October and features local products from throughout the valley. Demonstrations on how to cook with a traditional horno oven will also occur…