In the world of spirits, mezcal and tequila hold a special place, not just for their unique flavors but also for the rich cultural heritage of Mexico they represent. However, as their popularity grows outside their native country, so do the challenges related to sustainability. This article shines a light on the commendable work of nonprofits like the Tequila Interchange Project, Proyecto LAM, and S.A.C.R.E.D., who are championing sustainable practices within the mezcal and tequila industries. Let's delve in and explore their impact.

Farmers grazing agave fields