Below are a selection of drawings I made while doing field work in Abiquiú, New Mexico with the Berkeley Abiquiú Collaborative Archaeology Project. The goal of the project is to help members of the Genízaro tribe protect their water and land rights against the US government. My drawings serve as non-empirical maps that record evidence of indigenous history with the land through artifact and acequia mapping, as well as ethnographic recordings of our experience with the land and the community. I held myself to making one drawing a day. My materials consisted of watercolor, graphite and charcoal on sketchbook paper.