Cultural Values

New Mexico is blessed with many cultures, some present for millennia and others established over the last several centuries. All of these cultures have values and customs concerning water. These are valuable assets toward water planning and management and should be identified, by consultation with those cultures, and incorporated into all dialogue and actions taken by the Advocates.

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The Spirit of Dialogue: Lessons from Faith Traditions in Transforming Water Conflicts

By Norm Gaume | November 30, 2020

FREE WEBINAR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020 |11:00 AM – Noon MST Aaron Wolf presents this American Water Resources Association educational webinar. Mr. Wolf directs the Program in Water Conflict Management and Transformation at Oregon State. He will speak about lessons from faith traditions and indigenous communities that can bring facilitation and capacity-building to a variety…

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