Semillas Tzucacab

PARTICIPATORY PHOTOGRAPHY ON BIODIVERSITY AND FOOD SOVERIEGNTY

What are the lived experiences of struggles for food sovereignty? What does conservation mean in a changing world? How are rural food systems changing in the urban century? What does it mean to be young and Mayan?

Semillas Tzucacab is a participatory action research project based in Tzucacab, a rural municipality in southern Yucatán, Mexico.  It is a collaboration between Chelsea Wills, a visual artist, and Devon Sampson, an agroecologist, and a team of youth researcher/photographers from Tzucacab, including Leonor Dzul Uc, Gilberto Jiménez Chi, Mateo Hau Noh, Joel Euan Cob, Celmy Yah Acevedo, and Sandy Hau Kantun.

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