Kinross Chile helps preserve indigenous culture through the ‘Ancestral Traces’ project

Kinross Chile partnered with the ‘Ser Humano Foundation’ to develop a training program for children from the ‘Colla Pai-Ote’ indigenous community to help preserve and protect traditions  through workshops aimed at learning traditional practices of their culture.

The children participated in four workshops based on theory and practice to learn techniques for milking, feeding and grazing of goats, and casting milk to make artisanal cheeses. Upon establishing these new skills, the children will learn methods for marketing and selling these products to continue the livelihood of this cultural tradition both for their generation and for generations to come.

Captured above, a teacher demonstrates cheese making techniques to a student.    

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