Finca La Fé en imágenes….Finca La Fé in images

6 10 2015





After and Before

31 05 2014
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may 2014

garden november 2013

november 2013

 





start of the rainy season

2 11 2013
it is important to remember that our water in the cloud forest filters down from the páramo, or high alpine grasslands

Laguna Mojanda with the Cyambe Volcano behind: it is important to remember that our water in the cloud forest filters down from the páramo, or high alpine grasslands.

Just as things are wrapping up for the winter up north we start our planting here in Ecuador. The rain came about 6 weeks late this year but things are popping nicely now.

organic piñas

organic piñas

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páramo lakescape

páramo lakescape

The primary cloud forests of Finca La Fé

The primary cloud forests of Finca La Fé

the native tree nursery we run in the highlands town of Morochos

the native tree nursery we run in the highlands town of Morochos

Nina at school

Nina at school

Nina at work

Nina at work

Nina at play

Nina at play

cloud forest farming 1

cloud forest farming 1

cloud forest farming 2

cloud forest farming 2

cloud forest farming 3

cloud forest farming 3

Puppies!

Puppies!

 





happy spring

24 03 2013

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Start of the rain and planting

18 11 2012

After a long dry summer season things are back on track in the cloud forest.

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Ójala que llueva café…harvest time at Finca La Fé

6 06 2012

While things are just getting popping up north we are winding up the harvest season here with our first organic coffee production.

You can read more about Rio Intag Coffee and our 402 person organic, fair-trade cooperative  at:  http://aacri.com/

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Spring in the Andes

7 05 2012

As many begin to plant  up North we are counting the days until the looong rainy season ends and harvesting! corn, piñas, aguacate, beans, yuca….everything is coming in beautiful this year thanks to an abundance of rain and the utilization of diluted sulfur calcite to control the associated powder funguses.

 

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