Community baskets II

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Growers from the community of Basquitay sell their small animals (lambs and pigs) at the Tzalaron Market, where they bargain and converse.
Photo Credit: 
Mariana Alem
In an effort to improve their lives, young women have organized around weaving belts, both to increase their income, but also to promote their creative abilities. Many leaders from the communities of Tzimbuto and Basquitay have organized workshops to teach locals how to weave.
Photo Credit: 
Francisco Lema
Women farmers gather feed for small animals; the dual task of production and reproduction. Basquitay.
Photo Credit: 
Mariana Alem
On the way to the market and on a donkey's back, a farmer's products make their way to the city. Mrs. Paulina Pulig, Tzimbuto.
Photo Credit: 
Francisco Lema
Women play a very important role in the selection of seeds, like here in the photo, Mrs. Rosa Illicachi, which leads to conservation and the preservation of agrobiodiversity among families and communities.
Photo Credit: 
Francisco Lema
Mrs. Rocio explains to a consumer the way that she grows in her plot in Ecuador.
Photo Credit: 
Kaat Van Ongeval