The Urban Agriculture Program (PAU), has been designed for two specific purposes: to strengthen community relationships and to generate vertical orchards that allow individuals to recycle waste generated at home to generate life and to sow and obtain food production for families. The formula is simple, for three months, technicians have implemented the technique of vertical orchards in the urban parishes of the city. The first results, the first harvests of these foods, is expected in December. So far, the reactions of citizens to the project is very good; the people of the neighborhoods have been extremely open to receive assistance in growing their…
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