Sustainable agriculture, Organic Farming -- Teaching -- Oregon
Interview of Allejandro Tecum by Adam Villareal at Forest Grove, Oregon on February 25th, 2010.
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Alejandro Tecum taught Spanish in his native Guatemala, where he met is wife, who is originally from Oregon. They subsequently moved to Oregon in 1999. He joined Adelante Mujeres in 2002 working as a Mathematics and Spanish instructor. In 2003 he helped launch the Micro Enterprise Program; through this program he assisted in restarting the Forest Grove Farmers Market in 2005. In that same year he initiated the Adelante Agricultura program.
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Villareal, Adam, "Interview with Allejandro Tecum, Adelante Mujeres, 2010 (audio)" (2010). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10883