I was originally scheduled to go to El Salvador during the spring time this year, however, because of gang violence local workers with Agros decided to cancel that trip.

This news was devastating for several reason, but mostly because that meant that we wouldn’t have the opportunity to go down there for at least another six months (if not longer).  So when we arrived in the village our church hadn’t been there in over a year.  Along with the “longtime-no-see” hugs, we arrived during a milestone in the villages history.  They were finally going to get a well to water their land.  For years now each villager has been hand watering their plots of land.  The majority of the farmers are currently growing corn and sesame seeds.  To have the opportunity of easier water access will give them the ability to grow niche crops that they wouldn’t otherwise have the been able to cultivate during the dry season.

My role in this trip was actually not to take photographs, but rather film a couple of family life stories.

So stay tuned over the next couple of months for these videos.

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2 Responses to “El Salvador-Part Dos | Non-Profit Photography | Agros International”

  1. Tina says:

    Love, love, love these photos! So glad we got to walk this part of the journey together!

  2. Seth says:

    Beautiful shots Tyler. Looking forward to seeing the videos.

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