In Peru -- the district of Miraflores rescues the live culture in their farming techniques to adapt

Communal management of native prairies and the improvement of ancestral water infrastructure are climate change adaptation measures based on ecosystems being launched at Miraflores district, located in the Landscape Reserve Nor Yauyos Cochas. Institutional strengthening and communal capacities for water management, pasture and livestock, reutilization of ancestral infrastructure, as well as the increase of livestock productivity and profitability are some of the medium and long term benefits for the population.

https://undp.exposure.co/guardians-of-tradition#view:2sybr5udfwpqr529ngppufkl889w9udizdfn

By Toni Fish (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

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