Every Christmas, we all have a wishlist that contains everything that we hope to get as gifts for the holidays. Like everyone else, farmers also have a good idea of what they want to get not just for Christmas, but for the days to come.
Growing coffee brought a local back home to Leyte where she flourished in the trade, part 1: Starting out
Oftentimes, people would venture out into new horizons to find greener pastures. Others do it for the thrill of the unknown and to gain new experiences. But even though the world has a lot to offer, oftentimes there’s gravitational pull inside that brings us home no matter how far we go.
Growing coffee brought a local back home to Leyte where she flourished in the trade, part 2: Growing coffee plants through intercropping
Candelaria Gallardo Adanza, or Larrie for short, used to do office work in the United States for about 30 years. When she came home to Anahawan, Southern Leyte, her life took a turn as she found herself growing coffee instead of facing the paperwork that she was accustomed to.