Host ID: MEX0095
IF YOU WISH TO WWOOF AT THIS FARM, CLICK THIS LINK TO CONTACT THE FARM ADMINISTRATOR: http://www.wwoofmexico.org/profile/RogelioMandujano
Name: Farm in Lechuguillas, Veracruz
Latest Activity: on Friday
Rancho Alegre Mandumed is a farm based on the idea of preserving the environment by recycling everything that is wasted during the farm's processes. We are always open to new ideas and sharing knowledge. We are one kilometer away from the beach in the north-central state of Veracruz (Golf of Mexico), near a turtle nesting camp.
The farm started in 1997 in a 4 hectare piece of land that was used as pasture for cattle. Today, the farm has a 2 hectare lychee forest, 8 vermicompost modules, a 400 sq.mts. vegetable garden, and a home for more than 20 sheep and 100 hens. In addition, the farm has 60 tropical fruit trees spread around the property.
We work with permacultural, agroecological, sutainable principles. We are in the process of applying BIODYNAMIC processes (Principle based on spiritual science for agricultural development). Every process in this farm has been certified by BIOAGRICERT.
Working hours are form 7am to 2pm, taking one hour break for brunch from 10 to 11am. There are permanent workers at the farm from Monday to Saturday including a young couple, the founder of this project's sons and his partner. Their names are Rogelio and Nievska.
The farm is open for people who enjoy seeding, harvesting, animal feeding, landscaping, building with earth. In other words, we receive people who like working to maintain the farm in a good producing state. It is open year round.
The farm has a house with 3 available bedrooms, which WWOOFers could share if it is needed. The house is 250 sq. mts. in size and is built in the front part of the property. It has a bathroom, a dinning room, a living room, and a kitchen available for you to use. Clothes can be washed by hand. There is a well in the property to supply the farm's water needs. There is electricity but no phone line nor internet.
The farm produces eggs, fruits, vegetables, and chicken. The production depends on the weather, the seed availability in the region, as well as labor. Cereals and other goods can be bought at the nearest town, Carranza, 2 kms away. The farm provides everyday food for the WWoofers, but if anyone would like a special treat you can always get it at the nearest town.
We have vacancy for WWOOFers from june 15th 2013 onwards.
Hola, I am an environmental science and sustainability student from Canada and I am very interested in volunteering as a WOOFer and learning about permaculture, sustainable living, improving my knowledge of reusable energy, gardening skills, and…Continue
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