Fulgencio Quenguan in La Hormiga, Colombia, gave up growing coca and turned to fish-farming thanks to crop- substitution programs backed by the U.S. under Plan Colombia.
Fulgencio Quenguan in La Hormiga, Colombia, gave up growing coca and turned to fish-farming thanks to crop- substitution programs backed by the U.S. under Plan Colombia. BY JIM WYSS Miami Herald
Fulgencio Quenguan in La Hormiga, Colombia, gave up growing coca and turned to fish-farming thanks to crop- substitution programs backed by the U.S. under Plan Colombia. BY JIM WYSS Miami Herald

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