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Seed sovereignty and agroecological scaling: two cases of seed recovery, conservation, and defense in Colombia
García López, Valeria (autora) ; Giraldo Palacio, Omar Felipe (autor) ; Morales, H. (autora) ; Rosset, Peter Michael (autor) ; Duarte, José María (autor) ;
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Contenido en: Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems Vol. 43, no. 7-8 (June 2019), p. 827-847 ISSN: 2168-3565
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By evaluating two grassroots organizations that belong to the Red de Semillas Libres de Colombia (RSLC; Free Seed Network of Colombia), we show how the recovery, conservation, and defense of native and creole seeds have two types of effects on agroecological scaling. The first is a horizontal or scaling out effect, given that these activities involve the adoption of agroecological practices which allow for spreading knowledge, principles, and practices among seed custodians, their local communities and organizations, and the networks of these organizations. The second is a deepening effect, given that: 1) seed custodianship reaffirms and/or generates new peasant and indigenous identities and ways of life; 2) seed recovery, conservation, and defense conform a multi-dimensional process that is material, political, and symbolic, which provides cultural and territorial rootedness, and 3) strengthening of the social-organizational fabric through collective actions and strategies by seed custodians in their territories in defense of native and creole seeds. These processes propitiate fertile conditions for scaling peasant agroecology and contribute to the construction of seed sovereignty, which is an essential aspect of struggles to preserve and reproduce and native and creole seeds.


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Cerro Piedra Larga es una montaña aislada en el este de Oaxaca, justo al oeste del Istmo de Tehuantepec. En virtud de que en esta sierra no se ha conducido ningún inventario biológico, un estudio preliminar puede ser de interés. Durante varias semanas de trabajo en las partes altas de la sierra, desarrollamos inventarios preliminares para aves, mamíferos, reptiles, anfibios y plantas. Geográficamente, las afinidades de la biota de la sierra parecen constituir una mezcla entre la Sierra Madre Oriental y la Sierra Madre del Sur, lo cual sugiere una origen por medio de colonización y no por medio de conexiones históricas.

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Cerro Piedra Larga is an isolated mountain massif in eastern Oaxaca, lying just west of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. No previous biological inventories had assessed this range, making even a preliminary assessment of interest. During several weeks of work in the higher portions of the mountain range, we assembled such preliminary inventories for birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and plants. Geographically, the affinities of the highland biota of Cerro Piedra Larga appear to be mixed between the Sierra Madre Oriental and the Sierra Madre del Sur, suggesting that the biota likely originated by colonization, rather than via historical connections.