• Food 4 Farmers at Maya Ixil Demo Plot 2023

Steady Growth, Deep Impact: Reflecting on Food 4 Farmers’ Progress in 2023

2024-02-07T11:33:34-05:00February 7th, 2024|Agroecology, agroforestry, Arbor Day Foundation, Beekeeping, Blog, Climate Resilience, Coffee, Coffee Farmers, COMEPCAFE, Creating Opportunity, crop diversification, Donors & Partners, Economic empowerment, Emigration, Empowering Women, Empowering Youth, Espora, Farmers Market, Food 4 Farmers, Food Security, Home Gardens, honey harvest, honey production, Income diversification, Maya Ixil, Mujeres del Soconusco, SOPPEXCCA, Tenamaste, Women, Youth|

by Marcela Pino 2023 stood as a pivotal year for Food 4 Farmers, marking moments of both ambitious strides and reflective pauses. We’re proud to say that our year’s

Why Are Bees Good for Coffee?

2020-10-27T15:06:18-04:00February 18th, 2015|Beekeeping|

  Bees are good for coffee producers, their families, and communities in coffee-growing regions. Coffee-growing regions are good sites for honey bees, as plant diversity within the coffee farm offer

Bee-visionary, Bill Mares

2020-09-30T13:05:35-04:00July 18th, 2014|Beekeeping|

I’d like to give a little history on our Café y Miel project. It began seven years ago with a sobering discovery by Rick Peyser of Green Mountain Coffee while

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