|(Demonstrative Field School)|
|Students explain the sustainable flower production program|
|(Diversification of Food Security)|
|Pablo Sanchez, Center instructor and Rio Negro massacre survivor|
"To continue our success with the demonstration garden," says Luvia, "as well as the production of flowers for seed and sale in the market, we need water during the drought season for irrigation."
As part of their commitment and dedication to the critical work taking place at the Center, Dragon's students initiated a fund raising campaign in order to raise the necessary funds for a new well.
Please visit this site to learn more about this exciting campaign! http://www.wethetrees.com/campaigns/the-well-is-dry-food-security-for-guatemalan-genocide-survivors
For more information about the Center, funding and visiting opportunities, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 619.922.2996