We are committed to food sovereignty and territorial autonomy of indigenous communities.
October 2018 – The town of Ocongate at 4200 meters, receives the Qero families that descend from the 5200 m where they live. They come to the first gathering of the ancestral pathways of maize of the Qero Nation
October 2018 – Representatives of the Nations Oneida, Seneca, Mohawk, Onondaga, Haudenosaunee and the Acoma Pueblo hosts gather around the existence of corn in their lives.
October 2018 – Share seeds, knowledge and all the tasks to cultivate, harvest and prepare food, strengthening the good relationship with Mother Earth, food sovereignty and well-being in life.
July 2018 – A group of youth from the Kitchwa Nation of Saraguro, seeks to develop communication skills to serve a largely indigenous population, creating an alternative to the large communication groups of Ecuador.
Mayo 2018 – Recuperación de territorio tradicional, camino ancestral del maíz, con siembra de 2 ha en las altas montañas de Cusco a más de 4200 m de altura.
March 2018 – Alianza Milpa collaborates in the realization of this traditional ancient festivity around corn and the traditional foods of this native culture.
WHO WE ARE
We are a collective focused on the recognitition, strengthening and distribution of the knowledge/wisdom of the traditional systems of food, maintenance and autonomy of seeds, traditional agricultural systems and local food economies.
BLOG AND NEWS
January 2019 – Gastronomy, music, dance, poetry and the opening of the Photo Exhibition “Maize: our food, our identity”
October 2018 – It takes place in the Weqo Unu community, Ch’alla Sector, Ocongate District, Quispicanchis Province, Cusco, Peru.
October 2018 – Practices and traditional knowledge of the Indigenous Peoples of Mexico. Strengthen our identity with dignity and resistance.