Wednesday, April 15, 2009


Summer Service Trips to Guatemala May 22-30 and August 22-30, 2009
Join this study tour and learn about sustainable agriculture, rural development and campesino/indigenous communities in Guatemala. We work with CONIC, a national indigenous and campesino social movement organization with over 120,000 members in over 300 communities Guatemala which fights for land, human, indigenous and women's rights, and promotes rural development and food sovereignty. Trip participants will: - set up computers for community members - participate in workshops with women's groups and children - live in campesino and indigenous communities - work on sustainable development projects
Cost: Approximately $1200 (including airfare, food, lodging, fees)
For an application or more information contact William Kramer at 732-589-8024 or
Organized by the Farmer Solidarity Project

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