Southern Mexico farmers learn sustainable farming practices to raise crops and cattle without damaging their forest home

Small-scale dairy farmers in southern Mexico are relearning the traditional farming methods of their indigenous ancestors in efforts to protect woodland and biodiversity. With the help of the the BioPaSOS project, around 2,000 farmers and their families in Chiapas, Campeche and Jalisco are learning to to raise crops and cattle without damaging their forest home. Learning to be guardians of their forest means that cattle, crops and … Continue reading Southern Mexico farmers learn sustainable farming practices to raise crops and cattle without damaging their forest home