Co-hosted with Caminos de Agua and Center for Global Justice
March 22, 2018

This event is scheduled at 11:00 AM at Teatro Santa Ana (inside the Biblioteca, enter at Reloj 50).  Advance tickets online U.S.$5.50, or 100 pesos at Teatro Santa Ana ticket office; 150 pesos at the door day of the event. Proceeds go to local rainwater harvesting projects.

San Miguel and surrounding communities face unprecedented water challenges. Our water comes from a large underground aquifer that is declining at an alarming rate. Wells are going dry, and the water that remains contains harmful minerals that cannot be removed by ordinary means.

Join us for a short film and expert panel discussion. Learn what you can do to assure safe, healthy drinking water for yourselves; and about the predicament of others in the region that we share the aquifer with.


Dylan Terrell serves as Executive Director of Caminos de Agua, a SanMiguel de Allende non profit providing solutions for safe, health and accessible water for communities at risk in the local aquifer. Caminos de Agua leverages these solutions for others confronting similar water challenges throughout the world.

Agustin Madrigal has been the Director of Salvemos el Rio Laja for 11 years and coordinates conservation, soil restoration, and water projects in local rural communities as part of the National Program in Watersheds and Cities, funded by the Fondo Mexicano para la Conservación de la Naturaleza, A.C.

Henry Miller is the director and co-founder of the Maíz Más Pequeño, A.C. and the Coordinator of the project: Watersheds, People, Water and Climate Change – Processes of adaptation in the Tambula – Picachos Watershed.

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