• Creation of environmental committee at El Salvador’s La Paz department

    Last May SERES opened the Youth Leaders for the Pachamama congress at a beautiful community from San Juan Nonualco’s municipality in La Paz department. San Antonio La Laguneta’s community is located on the slopes of San Vicente (also known as Chinchontepeque) volcano. It’s dominant crops are coffee and citrus fruits

  • Community Action Plans

    The Community Action Plan is the way that we ensure that all of the wonderful, creative ideas and passion of our youth are converted into inspired action. As part of any SERES program, we work with participants to bring together their concerns, visions and change-ideas into a plan for action

  • SERES 1st. Collaborative Lab

    by Javier Borrayo Collaboration, and all it entails, is a very appealing concept – bringing together a diverse group of people who will put their ideas and energies together to co-create something new. Real collaboration requires establishing equality, where we see each other as indivuduals and not a title, condition

  • Aquaponics Demonstration System

    Aquaponics Demonstration System

    – by Fernando Maldonado A lot of things have happened since we received the grant to build an Aquaponics Demonstration System from the Lindbergh Foundation. A group of us went and came back from Australia where we learned about sustainability and networked with all kinds of people and organizations that

  • Aquaponics project makes local news

    Aquaponics project makes local news

    Fernando Maldonado – aquaponics enthusiast – has been working hard to get Seres’ demonstration aquaponicssystem up and running and producing fresh, organic food and after months of hard work, the moment has finally arrived! Just two weeks ago, Fernando ran the first training workshop for campesinos and small fish farmers from