Roots in Revolution

Make sure to check out the Spring 2014 issue of the Fair World Project’s publication For a Better World.  It features an article by Social Business Network director Nick Hoskyns on the Roots of Revolution, and photos of the fantastic ladies of Wikilí, Achuapa and one of the first cupping labs build in the hands of coffee producers.  You can also read the article online, spread the word – the revolution for a better world continues!

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About rwlindsay

I live in León, Nicaragua, between volcanos and crocodile filled mangrove forests. I'm on the board of SosteNica, a socially responsible investment organization from the U.S. and working freelance to support organic and fair trade agriculture for both local and export markets. I'm happy to be part of a vibrant movement creating innovative ways of encouraging the implementation of methods of farming that are environmentally sustainable as well as profitable for small farmers. I think our society needs to change our value system to encourage sustainability and self-satisfaction in life over constant economic growth. Dancing, gardening, supporting local business and community, working with design, art, and handcrafts, and cooking with lots of local vegetables are a few other things I enjoy.

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