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Estimating Willingness to Pay to Protect Acequia Irrigation and Culture: Lessons from San Miguel County, NM
Proceedings - Irrigation, Society and Landscape. Tribute to Thomas F. Glick
Traditional gravity fed irrigation systems in Hispano communities in New Mexico, USA, are referred to as acequias. Water scarcity is currently motivating negotiations between acequias and municipalities over sharing agreements. Research on willingness to pay to protect and maintain acequias is still scarce. These valuation data could be helpful to improve the quality of water resources decision making and therefore rural development strategies in this region, which is relatively poor compareddoi:10.4995/isl2014.2014.205 fatcat:jgxdjwldzzd27j6n4lopv6ct3q