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Why ancient farming practices have resurged in a storied part of Mexico City
by Whitney Eulich, Correspondent
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
19 July 2018
On 19 July 2018 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
Xochimilco is a network of ancient, man-made canals and floating islands in southern Mexico City -- an area that was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987. Today it's known for its crowds of tourists and brightly painted party boats. But Lucio Usobiaga is focused on something else here: ancient farming practices. 'Farming organically is the best way to preserve the chinampas,' he says of the islands. Mr. Usobiaga co-founded a nongovernmental organization, Yolcan, in 2011 to preserve and spread this kind of farming in Xochimilco.
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