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Montrose has gone from administering a few hundred vaccines a week, just a few weeks ago, to now administering almost 3,000 vaccines over three days.
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Recording from February 8th, 2021. Montrose Daily Press.
I recently came across “Bendición del Agua” (A Prayer for Water) by the 25-year-old Taos-based writer, farmer and water rights activist Olivia Romo. Her family has farmed corn for many generations, and relies on one of New Mexico's acequias -- community water ditches -- for irrigation. As we all know, water is a big topic of conversation in Montrose, which is probably why Ms. Romo's piece packed such a punch for me.
Do we have any artists here who are creating original work around local community issues?
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