Agua Es Vida
Based in Taos, New Mexico and focused on the Rio Fernando, this film begins up high in the Taos watershed and follows the water down into the Rio Fernando and through the acequia system that distributes water to farms and pastures throughout the community. It explores the community of farmers and ranchers who depend on the acequias for their livelihood, and helps viewers understand this unique system of governance. Filmmaker Pablo Irlando-Wildman, or Sancre Productions, lives in Taos. His two sons, Amadeo and Neftali, play the two lead roles in this film.
Stewardship with Vision films are produced in partnership with Montana State University’s graduate program in Science & Natural History Filmmaking. Student film-makers in this program are required to have an undergraduate degree in the sciences. They are selected through an application process each semester, and promptly sent out on a ranch filming adventure unlike anything they're ever experienced.
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Malpai Borderlands Group
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Moore Land & Cattle Co.
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Ute Creek Cattle Company
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