If you’ve been reading up on Mexico’s vibrant, thriving friendship villages you’ve probably come across a few.
The idea is simple: a small, organic, self-sustaining community where people get to share their time and gather resources to grow their own food.
This has helped create a thriving ecosystem for farmers and a lot of food is produced in the process.
The main problem with a lot, however, is that a lot is too much.
Many of the traditional villages in Mexico are being destroyed by climate change, habitat loss, and human encroachment, and many of the communities that remain are facing increasing environmental stress.
The lack of adequate water, electricity, and sanitation are major issues.
But there’s one thing the communities in Mexico haven’t really been facing: climate change.
It’s not just a problem for the small community that grows their own beans, but for the communities around it as well.
And with Mexico’s population expected to rise by a third by 2050, the potential for loss of food and habitat is even greater.
One of the challenges Mexico’s small friendship villages faceClimate change isn’t the only thing that’s making the Mexican villages’ traditional communities vulnerable.
With climate change comes a whole host of challenges for these communities, ranging from extreme heat and drought to increased frequency of wildfires and erosion, which can destroy the fragile ecosystems and crops that grow on them.
The problem, however (aside from the fact that they’re all in the middle of nowhere), is that they can’t really get away from climate change for long.
And so, when I spoke to one of the founders of the small friendship village, Miguel Garcia, about how to build his community from scratch, I found myself thinking of my own small community.
In the beginning, the village was a tiny space where he could live and grow his own beans and gather supplies, all while enjoying the sun, shade, and warmth of a roof over his head.
But he eventually needed to move to a larger, more permanent space, so he decided to build another small community around him.
“I have a vision of this community to become like a village,” Garcia told me, as we sat on the roof of his house.
“This is the way to get around climate change.”
In the meantime, Garcia and his husband, Carlos, were working on a different vision for their village.
Instead of the tiny space, they were hoping to create a bigger community, one that would also be sustainable.
It would include more space for the people to gather together and create a community garden, and to help with the food and farming, as well as the protection of the environment.
This meant building a more permanent community around the farm.
Garcia, who grew up in Mexico’s capital city of Mexico City, was able to build the home he now shares with his wife and two young daughters.
This farm was designed to be more like a community than a small space, and Garcia and Carlos decided to make it into a small home.
While they did manage to get a small garden and a few other things built for themselves, it was the home that really brought them to the realization that it was going to be too big to live there.
They needed to build their own home, and they needed to do it in a sustainable way.
“We’re trying to figure out how to take a traditional village and create an organic farm,” Garcia explained to me.
“The people in the village are all sharing in the same garden, but they don’t know how to grow vegetables.
We want to make sure that the community grows the food.”
The first step in that process is to create the foundation.
Garcia and co. decided to use the existing land to build what they call a community farm.
The plan is that this land will be used to grow the produce they need to feed the community.
But the first thing they needed was water.
The community relies on drinking the water coming out of the river.
They also needed a roof for the garden and some other structures to protect the plants.
And then, they needed the land for their own land.
“We need to build it to look like a small farm,” said Garcia.
“It’s a small plot of land and we want to be able to grow and plant vegetables.”
While the community will grow and grow, it will need to move away from the traditional way of growing food.
“At the end of the day, it’s all about food,” Garcia said.
“What we want is to have a community where we can grow food, where people can cook, and where we know where all the seeds are coming from.
We need to go through the process of building that, and we have to build that community in a way that is sustainable.”
That means that the crops will have a certain amount of water, that they won’t grow too much, and that they will be able maintain the