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Caption: The highly nutritious grain quinoa is currently cultivated only in the Andes Mountains of South America, but agricultural researchers Would like to see it grown in Canada.
Inspired by the majestic peaks of the Andes Mountains, the Andian collection couples innovative technology and superior design.
Protective Packaging was to design and install packaging for the 161,000 lbs unit that would provide protection against moisture and corrosion during transport over the road from Kilgore to Houston, over the water from Houston to Santiago, Chile and over the road again from Santiago to the foothills of the Andes Mountains.
It will be summer in Chile in February, but because they will be traveling high up in the Andes Mountains, the teens were advised to bring winter
TV host Amanda Byram will trek the Andes mountains for charity as she wants to make a "small change to a very big problem".
Native or "landrace" potatoes grow in two areas: lowland Chile and the Andes mountains, from western Venezuela south to northern Argentina.
Carl is a very talented geologist with extensive experience and success exploring the Andes Mountains of South America.
Masterson (history, US Naval Academy) begins by describing the three environmental zones of the South American country--the Pacific coast, the Andes Mountains, and the rain forests of the eastern slopes--and how they have influenced life there from prehistoric times to the present.
When Meghan Hurley got word last month that she had won the Eileen Egan Award for a series of articles on global trade, she was doing volunteer work with teenage girls high in the Andes Mountains, half a world away from Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa.
2 potatoes Potatoes originated in the Andes mountains of Peru and Bolivia and have been cultivated for at least 2400 years 1 tsp.
May will be election of officers and our President Mary Lambert will be giving a brief talk about her recent trip to Peru where she assisted a couple of doctors delivering health care to Peruvians at a clinic in the Andes Mountains.
From the area where the Andes Mountains meets the Amazon River Basin, approximately 3,500-ft.
PPL-240 is derived from a South American tropical fern found between 2000 and 8000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains.
Eleven thousand feet high in Peru's Andes Mountains sit the villages of Chumpe (CHOOM-pee) and Poques (POKE-es).