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AFSC New Mexico Work Spotlighted by Why Hunger

AFSC New Mexico Work Spotlighted by Why Hunger

Published: December 29, 2011

Don Bustos, AFSC NM director, in coldframe built with USDA funds.

Photo: Why Hunger / Alison Cohen

Recently the AFSC New Mexico program hosted the annual conference of USDA CFP grantees. AFSC NM is a grantee and was happy to show its work to other grantees from around the country and learn about their work.

AFSC New Mexico staff and AFSC trained farmers hosted a tour of their USDA funded work, the Agri-Cultura Network. Here is one tour participants' blog about that tour:

"In the span of 2 short years, this CFP project has made significant strides and can boast concrete accomplishments alongside a growing awareness of the need to reform water rights, protect land for sustainable agriculture, and build markets for farmers who are growing good food for communities with insufficient access. "

http://blog.whyhunger.org/2012/01/agri-cultura-network-in-new-mexico-tra...