Southern California Public Radio station KPCC 89.3 did a short piece on 'cash for grass' programs—paying Southern Californians to rip out their water-thirsty lawns.
ALI co-directors Hadley and Peter Arnold traveled to Israel, Jordan and Palestine in May to explore exchange possibilites with the Arava Institute, an environmen
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ALI's work with the people of the Lower Embudo Valley is featured in The New Mexico Environmental Department's Winter 2014 newsletter.
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Celebrando las Acequias 2013 facilitated rare valley-wide dialog among the commissioners and parciantes of the Lower Rio Embudo acequia communities.
On Monday, October 28th, the AIA | LA recognized ALI's commitment to research and design for the public benefit with a Presidential Honor Award for Community Contribution.