The sustainable local agroecology program for Apüna and Mirabello farms in the municipality of Mara in the state of Zulia is part of our vision to reach more people through the productive use of land, the use of natural resources, and respect for the environment.
Our plan includes the protection of soils, plants and microorganisms that make a sustainable, profitable, and productive agroecological cycle possible and replicable thanks to the short cycle rotation of crops.
At Wayuu Taya, we believe that sustainable agroecological practices benefit the community, creating a sense of belonging to the space and opportunities in their territory, as well as new sources of employment and opportunities for entire families. We are contributing to the local economy, especially among women who historically and culturally have played a prominent role in all areas of social and productive life in the region.
We maintain the production of high-quality organic crops such as corn, guajiro bean and pico negro, auyama, yucca, tomato, pimento, which are being sold locally and we are preparing for the planting of grapes in five trellises.