The Mexican Woman's Post Apocalyptic Survival Guide in the Southwest: Food, Clothing, Shelter, y La Migra in a multiphase piece that consists of large format photographs of women who live in Agua Prieta, SON and members of the collective, DouglaPrieta. These women are a group a both students and experts living sustainable lifestyles. who run a communal garden, raise livestock, make clothing, produce bricks for building all while living on the outskirts of highly militarized border. The second phase of the project will be a how-to book co-produced by the participating women. The book will examine the complexities of survival in the chihuahuan desert. This project is supported in part by the Arizona Commission on the Arts.