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.
October 2017 – The objective of this project is the strengthening of the cornfield agricultural system as a space for seed conservation
July 2017 – A meeting organised in coordination with ECUARUNARI and CHIJALLTA FICI in the city of Otavalo to draw attention to and revalue maize and age-old seeds
October 2017- Sowing Sacred Seeds: Lending support to the Tisenteguipanoa group in their free-range chicken farming iniative with communities in Pajapan, Veracruz, México
September 2017- The initiative forms part of a systematic effort with regards to maize, focusing on the defense of native maize in the central valleys of Oaxaca.
2017 – We strengthen local food production processes by promoting agroecological practices and also the creation of a seed Bank
May 2017 – We recognize ourselves in maize. As the sacred book of the Maya, the Popul Vuh says, our flesh is made of maize, we are women and men of maize. It is because of this that we envisioned a powerful image of maize uniting peoples across borders and throughout Nations
November 2017 – HAMPIRIPACHA MURU WASI. Construction of the reservoir of seeds and medicinal plants, people training and dissemination and promotion of antique practices.
December 2016 – Organized with Voces of Maize, a collective of women and men from all the Americas, dedicated to restoring the sacred meaning of plant in indigenous cultures and peoples.
December 2016 – Objectives: Generate a space to exchange experiences, revitalize the biocultural heritage of maize and encourage new forms of exchange, cooperation and alliances