I Visited Cuba’s Farms and It Made Me Rethink Obama’s Rapprochement – AlterNet


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I Visited Cuba's Farms and It Made Me Rethink Obama's Rapprochement
AlterNet
Some government agencies favor the use of genetically modified organisms, with their introduction albeit on an experimental basis, while the agroecology movement vehemently opposes them. The revolution itself is not up for debate. It is, moreover …

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Forced to rely on agroecology, as sanctions ease will Cuba embrace … – Genetic Literacy Project

Forced to rely on agroecology, as sanctions ease will Cuba embrace
Genetic Literacy Project
Choosing agro-ecology was a practical decision. Cuba is ready for an industrial-agricultural relapse if the occasion arises. At odds aren't just two different farming systems, but two different social approaches. Climate change has already reduced

Cuban Agroecological Project Aims to Foment Local Innovation – Inter Press Service


Inter Press Service

Cuban Agroecological Project Aims to Foment Local Innovation
Inter Press Service
“Many small farmers have not yet joined the agroecological movement,” said Pi, who blames this on a lack of knowledge of these practices, resistance to change, scarce available services for ecological farms, and low prices for organic foods, which are

Cuban Agroecological Project Foments Local Innovation – Inter Press Service


Inter Press Service

Cuban Agroecological Project Foments Local Innovation
Inter Press Service
“Many small farmers have not yet joined the agroecological movement,” said Pi, who blames this on a lack of knowledge of these practices, resistance to change, scarce available services for ecological farms, and low prices for organic foods, which are

The farmer who’s starting an organic revolution in Cuba – The Guardian


The Guardian

The farmer who's starting an organic revolution in Cuba
The Guardian
“To me, it was a metaphor for agroecology,” said Funes, 44, referring to the environmentally minded farm management techniques he studied here and in the Netherlands. “A lot of hard work by hand, and persistence, but a result that is worth the effort.”.

An arugula-growing farmer feeds a culinary revolution in Cuba – messenger-inquirer


messenger-inquirer

An arugula-growing farmer feeds a culinary revolution in Cuba
messenger-inquirer
… a badly eroded, brushy hillside here outside Havana four years ago and began digging a well into the rocky soil. The other farmers nearby thought he was crazy, or worse — a dilettante with a fancy PhD whose talk of "agroecology" would soon crash

An arugula-growing farmer feeds a culinary revolution in Cuba – The Tico Times


The Tico Times

An arugula-growing farmer feeds a culinary revolution in Cuba
The Tico Times
The other farmers nearby thought he was crazy, or worse — a dilettante with a fancy Ph.D. whose talk of “agroecology” would soon crash into the realities of Cuban farming. Funes had no drill, so he and a helper had to break through layers of rock with

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An arugula-growing farmer feeds a culinary revolution in Cuba – Washington Post

An arugula-growing farmer feeds a culinary revolution in Cuba
Washington Post
The other farmers nearby thought he was crazy, or worse — a dilettante with a fancy PhD whose talk of “agroecology” would soon crash into the realities of Cuban farming. Funes had no drill, so he and a helper had to break through layers of rock with

Iowa State professor returns from Cuba with a sense of optimism – Iowa State University News Service


Iowa State University News Service

Iowa State professor returns from Cuba with a sense of optimism
Iowa State University News Service
Today, Cuba is an advocate of agro-ecology and permaculture. Through educational campaigns and research centers, the country has promoted the study of ecology in design systems and sustainable agriculture, Caraway said. Permaculture is a holistic and …

30 Funding Resources for Sustainable Food Advocates – Imperial Valley News – Imperial Valley News

30 Funding Resources for Sustainable Food Advocates – Imperial Valley News
Imperial Valley News
Initiatives include soil fertility enhancement (compost), push-pull technology, agroforestry, supporting innovative farmers, and adapting to the effects of climate change. La Cocina is an incubator kitchen based in San Francisco, CA. Focusing mainly on

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30 Incubators and Funding Resources for Farms and Food | The Daily Meal – The Daily Meal

30 Incubators and Funding Resources for Farms and Food | The Daily Meal
The Daily Meal
Initiatives include soil fertility enhancement (compost), push-pull technology, agroforestry, supporting innovative farmers, and adapting to the effects of climate change. La Cocina is an incubator kitchen based in San Francisco, CA. Focusing mainly on

30 Incubators and Funding Resources for Farms and Food – The Daily Meal

30 Incubators and Funding Resources for Farms and Food
The Daily Meal
Initiatives include soil fertility enhancement (compost), push-pull technology, agroforestry, supporting innovative farmers, and adapting to the effects of climate change. La Cocina is an incubator kitchen based in San Francisco, CA. Focusing mainly on

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Cuba’s Warming Relations with the US May Undermine its Agroecological City … – Center for Research on Globalization


Center for Research on Globalization

Cuba's Warming Relations with the US May Undermine its Agroecological City
Center for Research on Globalization
Cuba is a global exemplar of organic, agroecological farming, taking place on broad swathes of land in and around its cities, write Julia Wright & Emily Morris. These farms cover 14% of the country's agricultural land, employ 350,000 people, and

Cuba’s Warming Relations with the US May Undermine its Agroecological City Farms – Center for Research on Globalization


Center for Research on Globalization

Cuba's Warming Relations with the US May Undermine its Agroecological City Farms
Center for Research on Globalization
Cuba is a global exemplar of organic, agroecological farming, taking place on broad swathes of land in and around its cities, write Julia Wright & Emily Morris. These farms cover 14% of the country's agricultural land, employ 350,000 people, and

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Cuba’s warming relations with the US may undermine its agroecological city farms – The Ecologist


The Ecologist

Cuba's warming relations with the US may undermine its agroecological city farms
The Ecologist
Cuba is a global exemplar of organic, agroecological farming, taking place on broad swathes of land in and around its cities, write Julia Wright & Emily Morris. These farms cover 14% of the country's agricultural land, employ 350,000 people, and

Here’s what better relations with the US mean for city farms in Cuba – The Conversation AU


The Conversation AU

Here's what better relations with the US mean for city farms in Cuba
The Conversation AU
The principles of organic, or agroecological, farming were used to overcome the lack of chemical fertilisers and pesticides. These included making compost from local resources: manure, worm farms and food waste. Here, organic and agroecological farming …

Decomposition of macrophytes in a shallow subtropical lake

Publication date: Available online 19 May 2015
Source:Limnologica – Ecology and Management of Inland Waters
Author(s): Cristiane Carvalho , Luiz Ubiratan Hepp , Cleber Palma-Silva , Edélti Faria Albertoni
Submerged macrophyte detritus is a major component of the organic matter entering shallow lakes. Plant litter decomposition is a complex process that is mediated by microorganisms and some invertebrates. However, the role that aquatic organisms play in the decomposition of macrophytes in shallow subtropical lakes is unclear. This study compared the decomposition rates of Potamogeton pectinatus and Chara zeylanica in a shallow lake (southern Brazil) and assessed the fungal biomass and the macroinvertebrate community associated with the detritus. Aliquots of both species were incubated in litter bags and placed in the lake. After 1, 7, 20, 40, 60, and 80 days of incubation, one set of litter bags was removed from the lake. In a laboratory, plant material was washed for the determination of decomposition rates, chemical characterisation, and quantification of microorganisms and invertebrates. After 80 days of incubation, there was no C. zeylanica detritus, with a decomposition that was four times faster than that of P. pectinatus . The chemical composition was also different between the two detritus, with P. pectinatus showing a higher concentration of nitrogen, phosphorus, organic matter, polyphenols, and carbon. The fungal biomass was similar between the two species. In total, 7,502 invertebrates belonging to 27 taxa were sampled in this study. The composition and abundance of invertebrates was different between the two species. In conclusion, the chemical structure of the macrophyte species studied was important for the microorganisms’ and invertebrates’ colonisation. In addition, leaching had an important function in the initial degradation process.

Guest commentary: Film screening will highlight Earth Week in Albany – Contra Costa Times

Guest commentary: Film screening will highlight Earth Week in Albany
Contra Costa Times
UC Berkeley Professor of Agroecology Miguel Altieri writes that "Cuba's achievements in urban agriculture are truly remarkable. Cuban farms supply 70 percent or more of all fresh vegetables consumed in cities such as Havana and Villa Clara. Through …

Appetites: 6 (firsthand) morsels about Cuban food – Minnesota Public Radio News

Appetites: 6 (firsthand) morsels about Cuban food
Minnesota Public Radio News
The innovations in agroecology were inspiring. For example, the city of Havana grows between 60 and 90 percent of its own produce on small community plots. Many of these plots are located in backyards or larger organoponicos without using chemicals.

What we can learn from Cuba’s agroecology – Minneapolis Star Tribune


Minneapolis Star Tribune

What we can learn from Cuba's agroecology
Minneapolis Star Tribune
But as one era ends and another begins, let's not forget that socialist Cuba has been a bastion for the science of agroecology — the study of ecology in farming systems. Sadly, the opening of many socialist states to the West has signaled the demise

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Cuban Parliament Studies Environmental Recovery of Havana Bay – Prensa Latina

Cuban Parliament Studies Environmental Recovery of Havana Bay
Prensa Latina
The measures include agroforestry development, environmental education and energy,as well as an ecological theme park for natural landscape reconstruction with an area for water, soil and forestry management besides primary school student facilities, …

Africa Condemns US Human Trials of GM Bananas – Permaculture Magazine


Permaculture Magazine

Africa Condemns US Human Trials of GM Bananas
Permaculture Magazine
Inhabit: permaculture explained · The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (Spanish subtitles). related reviews. Log-Book2.jpg · The Log Book. Prepare for winter and learn everything you need to know about a woodburner – what fuels, how to …

Africa Condemns American Human Trials of GM Bananas – Permaculture Magazine


Permaculture Magazine

Africa Condemns American Human Trials of GM Bananas
Permaculture Magazine
Inhabit: permaculture explained · The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (Spanish subtitles). related reviews. 3ft-and-cut-branch.jpg · 3 Foot One Man Crosscut Hand Saw. A quality British cross cut saw, great for one or two people. Log-Book2.

Civil Society in Cuba Finds More Space Under the Reforms – Inter Press Service


Inter Press Service

Civil Society in Cuba Finds More Space Under the Reforms
Inter Press Service
… the CCRD-C has offered home care for the elderly, and counseling for children, adolescents and young victims of sexual abuse in conjunction with local institutions. It has created more than 300 biogas plants and promotes agroecology and gender

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EarthFest unites students in sustainability efforts – The Michigan Daily


The Michigan Daily

EarthFest unites students in sustainability efforts
The Michigan Daily
“I used my money to go study agroecology in Cuba this summer,” Hirt said. She also said she particularly appreciated the educational diversity within the program. “We come from all different backgrounds,” she said. “We have engineers, people from the …

Succesful Use of Permaculture in Cuban Community – Radio Cadena Agramonet

Succesful Use of Permaculture in Cuban Community
Radio Cadena Agramonet
The creation of solar cookers, bio-digesters and other environmental facilities demonstrate the effectiveness of permaculture principles assumed by the community inhabiting the karst plateau on the large Bellamar cave, in this western Cuban city. Some

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Cuba and the International Permaculture Convergence Talk The Santa Barbara … – Santa Barbara Independent

Cuba and the International Permaculture Convergence Talk The Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Independent
Description: Join a panel discussion and slide show about the resent trip to Cuba for the IPC. Hear lessons from how permaculture is helping communities around the world, what it has done for Cuba, and other insights gained by visiting this forbidden

Cuba and the International Permaculture Convergence Talk – Santa Barbara Independent

Cuba and the International Permaculture Convergence Talk
Santa Barbara Independent
Description: Join a panel discussion and slide show about the resent trip to Cuba for the IPC. Hear lessons from how permaculture is helping communities around the world, what it has done for Cuba, and other insights gained by visiting this forbidden

Cuba to Hold Int”l Forum on Organic, Sustainable Agriculture – Prensa Latina

Cuba to Hold Int''l Forum on Organic, Sustainable Agriculture
Prensa Latina
The event will include visits to agricultural areas in the province of Matanzas, a territory that is an example due to its agro-ecology labor and a reference for the rest of the country and other zones worldwide, the official said. Gonzalez Novo said

Cuba to Hold Int”l Forum on Organic, Sustainable Agriculture – Prensa Latina – Prensa Latina

Cuba to Hold Int''l Forum on Organic, Sustainable Agriculture – Prensa Latina
Prensa Latina
The event will include visits to agricultural areas in the province of Matanzas, a territory that is an example due to its agro-ecology labor and a reference for the rest of the country and other zones worldwide, the official said. Gonzalez Novo said

COLONISATION OF LOW- AND HIGH-QUALITY DETRITUS BY BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES DURING LEAF BREAKDOWN IN A SUBTROPICAL STREAM

Publication date: Available online 20 November 2013
Source:Limnologica – Ecology and Management of Inland Waters
Author(s): Rodrigo König , Luiz Ubiratan Hepp , Sandro Santos
Leaf litter in streams is exploited by benthic macroinvertebrates, and leaf traits may influence colonisation by this group. This study aimed to compare the leaf decomposition rates, structure, and composition of the macroinvertebrate fauna colonising the litter of plant species with contrasting leaf traits. Litter bags from two native plant species ( Sebastiania brasiliensis and Campomanesia xanthocarpa ) and two non-natives ( Hovenia dulcis and Platanus × acerifolia ) were incubated in a subtropical stream. After 7, 14, 21, and 28 days, four leaf bags for each species were removed, and the leaf decomposition rates, density of organisms and trophic guilds, taxonomic richness, and functional composition of the macroinvertebrates were compared. The decomposition rates and densities of organisms, shredders, and collector-gatherers were higher for the leaves considered to be better quality, with lower C:N and Lignin:N ratios (from S. brasiliensis and H. dulcis ). Additionally, the taxonomic and functional compositions of the macroinvertebrates were different for these leaves. In contrast, the species richness and density of the other guilds showed no significant difference between species. This study shows that detritivorous groups prefer leaves of better quality, and most results may be influenced by the high nutritional content and low amount of compounds that complicate fragmentation, such as tannins, lignin, and cellulose. Therefore, the effects of the replacement of riparian plant species on the local macrofauna depend of the traits of the introduced and replaced plant, regardless of their origin

Experts from 20 Countries to Discuss on Agroecology in Cuba – Prensa Latina

Experts from 20 Countries to Discuss on Agroecology in Cuba
Prensa Latina
12 de noviembre de 2013, 00:01Havana, Nov 12 (Prensa Latina) About 200 experts, producers, and representatives of rural organizations from 20 countries will participate in the 4th International Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture, to be run on 
Cuba to host intl meeting on sustainable agriculture Global Times


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Cuba to host intl meeting on sustainable agriculture – Global Times

Cuba to host intl meeting on sustainable agriculture
Global Times
Cuba will host the 4th International Meeting on Agro-ecology and Sustainable Agriculture later this month to showcase its agricultural progress, local media reported Monday. About 200 agricultural experts, producers and government representatives from
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Colombian Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba Begins – Prensa Latina

Colombian Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba Begins
Prensa Latina
The forum "Agroecology and Food Security Systems in Cuba, A Model to Be Explored" has been also scheduled for today, with the participation of panellists as Leonardo Iglesias, representative of the Cuban Association of Small Farmers, and Deputy to the 

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Colombian Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba Begins – Radio Cadena Agramonet

Colombian Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba Begins
Radio Cadena Agramonet
The forum "Agroecology and Food Security Systems in Cuba, A Model to Be Explored" has been also scheduled for today, with the participation of panellists as Leonardo Iglesias, representative of the Cuban Association of Small Farmers, and Deputy to the 

Incubation, hatching and survival of eggs of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in spawning redds influenced by groundwater

Publication date: Available online 1 July 2013
Source:Limnologica – Ecology and Management of Inland Waters
Author(s): Svein Jakob Saltveit , Åge Brabrand
Many west coastal and northern Norwegian rivers run through deep, confined valleys with permeable layers of glacial and alluvial deposits. Groundwater flows through these permeable layers and enter lakes and rivers as underwater seepage and springs. Groundwater inflow to inland Norwegian rivers may constitute 40–100% of total water discharge during low flow periods in late summer and winter. Juvenile salmonids may take advantage of groundwater upwellings and actively seek out such patches. In regulated rivers groundwater influx may create refuges during low flow or hydropeaking episodes. The importance of groundwater for salmon redd site selection and egg survival is also clear, although less known and documented in regulated rivers. Eggs of Atlantic salmon ( Salmo salar ) are deposited in redds in river bed gravels lacking fine sediments and with high oxygen levels. Egg development is therefore dependent on the interaction of a number of environmental factors such as groundwater influx, oxygen and temperature. Atlantic salmon in the regulated River Suldalslågen, Western Norway, spawn relatively late compared to other Norwegian rivers, with a peak in early January. Newly emerged fry are found from the end of May to the beginning of June, i.e. “swim up” one month earlier than expected using models for egg and alevin development and river water temperatures. The most plausible explanation is that groundwater has a higher and more stable temperature than surface river water. In field experiments, fertilized salmon eggs were placed in boxes close to natural spawning redds in the river bed at sites influenced and those not influenced by groundwater. A difference of up to 40 days in 50% hatching was found, and “swim up” occurred at the end of May in boxes influenced by groundwater. Preliminary studies have revealed that groundwater also plays an important role in survival of salmon eggs in the River Suldalslågen when dewatered in winter. Eggs placed in boxes in groundwater seepage areas during winter in the dewatered river bed survived even when covered by ice and snow. The survival from fertilization until 30 April, one month before hatching, was 91%, the same survival as found for eggs placed in boxes in the wetted river bed. However, mortality from fertilization to hatching was higher compared to the eggs placed in wetted river bed, 57 and 91% respectively. Groundwater creates a horizontal and vertical mosaic of temperatures in spawning redd areas leading to potentially greater variation in spawning sites, time of hatching and “swim up”. This is likely to increase egg survival during low flow periods in regulated rivers. In conclusion, the interaction between groundwater and surface river water should therefore be considered when managing fish populations in regulated rivers.

Food Sovereignty: Sustainable Urban Agriculture in Cuba – Center for Research on Globalization

Food Sovereignty: Sustainable Urban Agriculture in Cuba
Center for Research on Globalization
The agricultural revolution in Cuba has ignited the imaginations of people all over the world. Cuba's model serves as a foundation for self-sufficiency, resistance to neocolonialist development projects, innovations in agroecology, alternatives to

Sustainable Farming In Cuba Ideal Job In An Isolated Country – Huffington Post – Huffington Post

Sustainable Farming In Cuba Ideal Job In An Isolated Country – Huffington Post
Huffington Post
There is no simple answer. The explanation starts with the realization that Cubans were forced into agricultural innovation by a very real need to feed a mass number of starving people, according to Elon University agro-ecology professor Steve Moore.

The colonisation of leaf litter by Chironomidae (Diptera): The influence of chemical quality and exposure duration in a subtropical stream

Available online 8 April 2013
Publication year: 2013
Source:Limnologica – Ecology and Management of Inland Waters

This study tested the hypothesis that the community composition of Chironomidae will change according to the duration of the exposure of plant leaves in a subtropical stream. In addition, we expected the chemical quality of the detritus to affect the association of Chironomidae with decaying plant materials. The chironomid colonisation of leaf litter from Campomanesia xanthocarpa and Sebastiania brasiliensis was assessed in a subtropical Atlantic forest stream. Litter bags containing leaves from these two species were incubated in the stream for 22 days. We identified 7245 invertebrates associated with the leaf detritus of both plant species (5110 were Chironomidae, 70.7% of the total). Thirteen genera of Chironomidae were identified, with Rheotanytarsus , Thienemanniella and Corynoneura the most abundant (94% of all Chironomidae collected). Chironomidae assemblages changed with the duration of incubation in the stream. The dissimilarity and the functional composition of the Chironomidae communities were related to the chemical composition of the detritus. The chemical components that best explained the composition of the fauna were tannins, the C:N ratio, calcium, and magnesium. However, the functional feeding groups were explained by the chemical variables organic matter and C:N. This study found that the exposure time of the detritus and therefore its level of degradation and chemical composition are important factors determining the characteristics of the Chironomidae assemblage in subtropical streams.

Upcoming legal travel to Cuba trips for all Americans – Havana Journal (blog)

Upcoming legal travel to Cuba trips for all Americans
Havana Journal (blog)
JUNE 1ts – JUNE 11th 2013: private Contract Delegation – GROWING POWER, South Africa – the Urban Agricultural Revolution & ACTAF/NEEM Agroecology classes, Havana/surrounds. JUNE 14th – JUNE 21st 2013: 8 days w/NEEM and Global Exchange

Upcoming legal travel to Cuba trips for all Americans – Cuba Travel News … – Havana Journal (blog)

Upcoming legal travel to Cuba trips for all Americans – Cuba Travel News
Havana Journal (blog)
APRIL 26th – MAY 3rd 2013: 8 days CUBA – Agroecology & Culinary – “Seed to Plate” Havana/Artemisa. MAY 10th – MAY 18th 2013: 8 days w/NEEM and Global Exchange, CUBA & Agroecology – Farmer to Farmer Havana, Matanzas. JUNE 1ts – JUNE

Camagüey Undertakes Agro-forestry Projects to Alleviate Climate Change – Radio Cadena Agramonet

Camagüey Undertakes Agro-forestry Projects to Alleviate Climate Change
Radio Cadena Agramonet
Camagüey, Feb 20. – A study carried out by the Aexperimental Agroforestry Station in Camagüey province aiming at alleviating the impact caused by climate change is among the many actions benefiting the forestry development in Cuba. The research

May Winter Solstice mark a shift in consciousness, a change in worldview – Washington Post (blog)

May Winter Solstice mark a shift in consciousness, a change in worldview
Washington Post (blog)
The Singing Garden Boys—and Women!–of permaculture help Cuba transition away from oil when the Soviet Union collapses, restore the desiccated loess plateaus of China, reforest the Sahel. Let us for one moment imagine that new era—how it would feel

Does agroecology have a part to play in a new Green Revolution?

Cuba has introduced a large-scale conversion to agroecology, and farmers have learned to drought-proof their farms as a result. Photograph: Desmond Boylan/REUTERS

By Caspar van Vark
The Guardian Professional, Tuesday 27 November 2012

The food price rises of 2007-8 triggered some alarming forecasts about the future of food. By 2050, said the FAO, there would be another 2 billion mouths to feed. Production would need to increase by 70%.

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President of Cuban Parliament Thanks Latin American Farmers for their Support – Mathaba.Net

President of Cuban Parliament Thanks Latin American Farmers for their Support
Mathaba.Net
Havana, Sept 26 (acn) In his closing speech at the 2nd International Encounter of the Movement of Agro-Ecology and Sustainable Agriculture that concluded in Havana after five days of sessions, Alarcon expressed his gratitude on behalf of the Cuban

CAN Welcomes New Action Education Director Pete Rasmussen

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Pete Rasmussen, Action Education Director, joins the CAN team after breaking ground and managing a successful garlic and vegetable farm for eight seasons. Rasmussen brings with him a strong foundation in agroecology education, with local experience as a school garden educator in Oakland, California and international experience in farmer exchange networks based in Cuba. Pete is a University of California, Santa Cruz alumni, educated and inspired at the campus’ Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS).

Welcome Pete!

Rio Grande do Sul and Cuba Consolidate Commercial Relations – Radio Cadena Agramonet

Rio Grande do Sul and Cuba Consolidate Commercial Relations
Radio Cadena Agramonet
Cuba has a lot to offer to Rio Grande do Sul in terms of public health, medicines and agro-ecology, while Rio Grande do Sul can serve as support for the industrial progress of the island, he said. For his part, Alessandro Texeira, executive secretary
Cuba and Brazilian State of Rio Grande do Sul to Boost Relations Prensa Latina



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Rio Grande del Sur and Cuba Consolidate Commercial Relations – Cuba News

Rio Grande del Sur and Cuba Consolidate Commercial Relations
Cuba News
Cuba has a lot to offer to Rio Grande del Sur in terms of public health, medicines and agro-ecology, while Rio Grande del Sur can serve as support for the industrial progress of the island, he said. For his part, Alessandro Texeira, executive secretary
Cuba and Brazilian State of Rio Grande do Sul to Boost Relations Prensa Latina



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