In Cuba, urban farmers utilize sustainable practices that help mitigate the economic realities of their nation.
Called an "agricultural miracle," the urban farmers of Cuba have cultivated a sustainable system that has improved the lives of health of its workers.
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What began as 3.7 hectares of "worthless" land, Miguel Salcines Lopez has expanded his urban garden to an 11 hectare, 160 worker effort.
Photo courtesy Slow Food.
"Slow Food Almanac" advocates the belief that people have been too far removed from the cooking and creation of their food, and that simple meals made with love and care are a more rewarding and sustaining experience.