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United Nations celebrates Chilean island and agriculture
by Emily Green
The Santiago Times Translate This Article
10 October 2012
On 10 October 2012 The Santiago Times reported:
The United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture (FAO) recognized the archipelago region of Chiloe in southern Chile as a Globally Important Agricultural System (GIAHS) at a formal event Tuesday. Chiloe is recognized as a centre of culture and for its indigenous production processes to maintain its ecosystem and products.
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