We have heard a lot about Cuba’s agricultural sustainability and worker-cooperative transitions, so it was exciting to read this article and see the two share space together.Â Whats more, the article also explores Cuban land policy as an engine to help build agricultural cooperatives, and keep Cuba’s resources from being grabbed up by foreign multinationals.Â The intersection of cooperativism, sustainable agriculture, and land management that prioritizes sustainability and local control is of great interest to us at TESA. This is a really interesting read with a lot of lessons to ponder as we work to build a new economy – we definitely recommend the read.
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