Trying to stay afloat during years of drought conditions , New Mexico farmer Nathan Jurva has rented out RV hookups on his land, sold some of his water to oil-and-gas companies and recently agreed to lease a parcel of his property for a proposed solar farm. Any extra income will help, the 45-year-old farmer and rancher said. The lack of rainfall this year has left him unable to plant 20% of his planned crop on his land in the southeastern part of the state about 30 miles from the Texas border. Continue reading your article with a WSJ membership