Venezuelan Agroecology: An Economic Imperative
(Reciprocity Partnership Project: IPIAT/IALA-Barinas)
Small-scale farmer Alejandro Esculana is committed to demonstrating to the critics that agroecological farming methods can not only be socially and environmentally successful but can also generate real economic outcomes.
Hear Alejandro’s incredible story of how he, with the help of his wife Carolina and prominent Venezuelan agroecologist Professor Miguel Angel Nunez, transformed his life from a city-focused businessman to a highly innovative agroecologicial farmer. Be inspired by his logical, forward-thinking and surprisingly simple strategies to produce healthy food in an economically viable manner.