We are committed to food sovereignty and territorial autonomy of indigenous communities.
October 2018 – The village of Ocongate at 4200 meters, receives the Qero families that descend from the 5200 m where they live, in a great festive gathering to celebrate together around the maize, with songs, dances, gastronomy and looms.
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 young people from the Kitchwa Nation of Saraguro, seeks to develop communication skills and abilities to serve a largely indigenous population.
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
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.
Photo Exhibit of Indigenous Corn Farmers and Protectors of the Americas at United Nations Headquarters
April 2018 – “Maize: Our Identity, Our Food” is a major traveling photo exhibit launched April 20th and on display at the entrance of the United Nations Headquarters.