Olivia Romo from the New Mexico Acequia Association talks with Taos Land Trust’s Jim O’Donnell about acequias, water, culture, and farming and how art and activism go hand-in-hand.
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Jim was born and raised in southern Colorado. He obtained both a BA in Anthropology and a Masters in Community and Regional Planning from the University of New Mexico. After ten years as an archaeologist and Jim served as the lead organizer for the Coalition for the Valle Vidal and after as the Northern Director for the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance. Today Jim works part time as a freelance journalist, conservation photographer and our communications lead. He is the author of “Notes for the Aurora Society” and leads yearly photography workshops to Havana, Cuba.
Latest posts by Jim O’Donnell (see all)
- Taos Land Trust Staff Environmental Book Recommendations 2019 ! – February 22, 2019
- Safe Routes to School National Partnership Selects Taos Land Trust to Create Safe Walking from Schools to Parks – February 19, 2019
- TAKE ACTION – House Bill 332: New Mexico Rural Heritage Act – February 6, 2019