People from Tlahuiltepa, Mexico, have long journeyed to the U.S. in search of farming work. But now, the Oregano Caxtle Co-operative aims to keep labor and revenues at home by cutting out “coyote” middlemen. Founder Isaias Dominguez tells how a favorite spice helps keep one community prosperous and intact:
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