As they say around here "El Agua es La Vida." After 10 years of drought, we are doing what we can to educate students, while also linking resources with needs in our region. We have been moving discarded water barrels from industry in southern and middle New Mexico to grassroots farmers along the Rio Grande corridor for the last three years. Now, after the toxic waste spill in the Animas River, we are working on moving large numbers of water barrels and water totes from southern New Mexico to the Shiprock and Farmington area, where families, farmers, and ranchers are scrambling to implement new water catchment systems to gather and conserve fresh water. Volunteer work and workshops in Water Catchment using natural methods, as well as distribution of donated plastic water barrels, are ways we are endeavoring to help.