Seeds are not just the source of all food. They are a metaphor for survival and persistence over generations. In rural Mexico, Camilo and Ramón harvest, curate, trade and venerate varieties of maize. The dream is to cultivate not only crops, but a culture and perhaps to sustain life itself. If traditional agriculture is the most sustainable, what will happen when elders die off?
- Fernando Valencia
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The Center for Training in Agroecology and Sustainability (CEFAS)
The Center for Training in Agroecology and Sustainability (CEFAS), was born twelve years ago as a result of the work experience of more than decades of the Network of Sustainable Agricultural Alternatives of Jalisco (RASA), and given the need to have its own space of training, research, demonstration and production in agroecology and eco-techniques that offer quality, flexible and accessible training to farming families, rural youth, women, urban and neo-rural consumers.