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FEATURED ARTICLENATIVE SON, NATIVE SEEDSBy Kelly Engebreston, University of St. ThomasIn the small Guatemalan town of San Lucas Toliman, among a lush patchwork of banana plants and avocado trees where roosters and ducks roam tunefully, Ronaldo “Rony” Lec Ajcot runs IMAP, the Institute of Mesoamerican Permaculture.
VIDEOS ABOUT IMAP
Join IMAP’s Coordinator in a tour of the permaculture gardens around his home in San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala.
IMAP’s Coordinator, Rony Lec, speaks of humanity’s role from a Mayan perspective : we are here to keep life. To make life. To provide life. To be life. And to realize that our dependance on nature is vastly important.
Hear how permaculture changed this smallholder farmer’s life.
On a daily basis, most of us don’t think about where our food comes from. Seeds hold more than the next harvest – they hold our entire future.
In today’s world, why is it at all relevant to draw on ancestral knowledge? How does IMAP work with local communities? Find out here.