Colombia Pancoger #8

  • A quiet, unassuming woman named Luz Adriana Jurado owns a tiny farm called Pancoger #8. The Colombian government gives 1/4 hectare plots of land to peasants for subsistence farming, and they call them “Pancoger,” which basically means “daily bread” in English. Luz is married to a man named Segundo, who has a degree in agronomy, and together the couple has cultivated a beautiful coffee farm inter-mixed with yuca, orange, banana, plantain, mandarine, beans, and other staple foods. In contrast to the small stature and quiet demeanor of Luz, her farm sits on the northern flank of the Galeras Volcano, rising over 14,000 feet, the most active volcano in Colombia.
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