New Mexico loses beloved voice for land, water and culture
Writer and historian Estevan Arellano passed away October 27th at his home in New Mexico. Reaching deep into history and language, Arellano explored the roots of New Mexico’s culture and agricultural traditions, providing insights into both ancient and contemporary land use. He was an original thinker and eloquent speaker with a great sense of humor and an affection for both land and people. He will be deeply missed. An obituary from the New Mexico Acequia Association expresses the feelings of many in New Mexico and far beyond.
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