1. farm: Coco Village
2.manager: Shane Keenom
3. email: email@example.com
4. phone:+52 998 336 6383
6. English, Spanish spoken
7. Sudzal, Yucatan, Mexico- Coco Village Carratera Suszal a Tzalam Km 3.8
8. 250 acres of land. There are many projects underway which include building a large chicken coop, a large area for milking goats, planting trees to establish a food forest, dry composting toilets, and more.
9. We are growing many different types of food and are in the beginning phases of planting a permaculture food forest. Raised gardens are being established in hugleculture style to produce large amounts of regular seasonal crops. We’re not entirely self-sufficient at the moment but our vision is to reach that level of independence where we can free ourselves from the majority of outside food sources limiting our reliance on the system. Please research the area before coming here so you’re not surprised. There are venomous snakes and all kinds of insects that can sting or bite you. Also, I suggest bringing clothes you don’t mind getting dirty and a pair of boots. All year we can accept volunteers.
10. The village is open all year for volunteers.
11. There’s all kinds of different activities for volunteers to do including animal care, sowing seeds, harvesting food, planting trees, building fences, cooking, cleaning, and anything that comes up that we might find to do.
12. I expect a minimum of 4-5 hours a day of work which can be broken up into morning and evening activities.
13. We work 5 days a week and weekends are free to experience ancient sites or other attractions in the area. We live just 45 minutes away from Chichen Itza.
14. There are rooms and bunk beds in dorm style fashion that we have for accommodating volunteers. We can currently accommodate 8 people with beds and in the process of building more bunk beds. If volunteers wish to camp and can bring a tent and sleeping bag, we have