Since 2019, work began on the enhancement and rescue of an old aqueduct located in the ejido of El Hospital in Cuautla, Morelos, Mexico. The haciendas had the objective of processing the cane and converting it into various products such as sugar, alcohol, etc. The former Hacienda de Nuestra Señora de la Concepción and its origins date back to the end of the 16th century. The hacienda was a sugar producer, it had an aqueduct, a mill, the chapel, the chacuaco, the purgares, the main house, the orchard and the perimeter fence. It is estimated that in 1625 the aqueduct was built to drive a hydraulic wheel for the use of the mill for the production of sugar. At the end of the 19th century, with the incursion of the railroad, the farm was modernized and in 1909 it reached its maximum production of sugar and honey. The beginning of the revolutionary movement of 1910 led to the ruin and destruction of most of the haciendas in the region. At the end of the Revolution, the hacienda lands were divided among the ejidos. This puts an end to the use for which the hacienda and its aqueduct were designated, and with it the production of sugar cane.