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  • How to get right side up again

    Northern New Mexico's small farmers would thrive if the United States quit favoring and subsidizing corporate agriculture.

  • As mayordomo

    Stanley Crawford says that being mayordomo is like being the heart, pumping out precious fluid.

  • Next to blood relationships

    An excerpt from Stanley Crawford's book "Mayordomo" traces the connections of blood relationships and water relationships in his New Mexico community.

  • I am mayordomo

    Stanley Crawford's book "Mayordomo" chronicles his experience as mayordomo of the Acequia de la Jara in his rural New Mexico community.

  • Everyone feels free to tell the farmer how to farm

    For every farmer there is the big question: How to farm? Every square foot of earth is different. No farmer's experience will be exactly like any other.

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