Since 2020, we implement an agroecological garden program based on four axes:
We propose to the families to create a community garden that functions as a productive teaching model, with adequate equipment, where they receive weekly visits from a workshop leader.
The tools learned in the model community garden are intended to be applied by each family in their own gardens. Through the Community Garden Program, each family can generate their own food and thus improve their food security by enhancing their possibilities of accessing nutritious food.
Likewise, we promote the participation and organization of rural communities so that they are protagonists of local development as well as working on other social variables: food sovereignty, strengthening family dynamics; habitat improvement; generation of income for self-consumption and/or sale of surplus.
We have 4 community gardens in Gloria, Matanza, Pampa Sena and Lalelay.