More than just compost
Last week we received the first update from the Asociación Chajulense Organic Coffee Project that we are supporting in Chajul , Guatemala. The purpose of this project is to provide technical assistance to groups of widely dispersed indigenous coffee farmers in the cooperative to help them increase the yields of their organic coffee.The goal is to increase yields and quality of organic coffee and thereby farmer livelihoods. As far as yields go, compost is certainly part of the story, but only a...
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