Student Project | Embracing Water: Engaging Cooperatives Toward More Productive Landscapes | Ying Dong & Lauren Duda & Maria Vollas

Situated in the formerly liquid territory of the San Antonio Atocha lagoon and the Lázaro Cárdenas settlement, this project intertwines people, culture, local economy, and the earth’s cycles in enriching the region’s livelihood. Focused on the continuous drought: one that is not only climatic and ecological, but also economic and cultural, we are revitalizing the landscape by embracing water and weather cycles, invest in the local communities, and support the cultural heritage of the region. Our interventions expand the existing lagoon to re-establish the formerly liquid territory of wetlands and apply traditional farming techniques to promote forms of care for the landscape. We are focused on fighting drought

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