Content San Isidro is an indigenous community in Ecuador’s central Andes that collectively built and manages an irrigation pipeline. The pipeline has brought life back to family farming and created more space for the community to protect the páramo, a source of water and life for farming communities and urban residents alike. This story proves the strength of longstanding models of community organisation allied with the national indigenous movement.
Author Tristan Partridge
Contributor ILEIA Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture
Year Published 2015
Type of Initiative Case Studies