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We are not ‘eco’ because it’s trendy, or because it’s going to help us sell coffee. Our commitment to the land is real and perpetual.
Our company was born during the COVID-19 world pandemic and we don’t need further proof to understand that Mother Earth is our client, our partner, our shareholder, and our friend. We take care of our plants and the plants take care of us.
Reforesting 3,500 new citrus and banana shade trees with local school group at Finca Noemy (2019)
—The coffee flowers appear for only a few days after first rains.
—Some photos of the tropical birds that live in our farm.
Troubardour coffee is shade-grown which according to the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, is “the next best thing to a natural forest.”
The farm is brimming with shady fruit trees that assist in generating a habitat which attracts many species of birds that add to the beauty of the farm and also dramatically help deter pests, allowing us to grow crops in a natural way
—In 2019 we planted an additional 3,500 fruit trees in the farm.
The unique ‘honey-process’ by which our beans get dried has the advantage of being completely natural and since the beans are not washed before drying it dramatically saves on water.
The farm has very low carbon emissions and as the business grows our mission is to gradually convert it into a fully sustainable permaculture coffee farm.
We want to become an example for others to follow, not because it’s good for sales or because it’s a trend, but because it just makes sense.
Our workers are our family. They have been with us for years and we take care of them by providing them with competitive salaries and in some cases even housing in our farm.
The growth of our company is tied to the growth of their living, their health, their education and their quality of life.
The sale of our coffee and the growth of the company is directly tied to a continual investment in sustainable and regenerative practices and knowledge.
We are in the process 0f transforming every single aspect of our farm— ranging from how we get our power, process and grow our coffee, how we grow food in the farm, to how we work with the local community
—Our story is not in the past, our story is in the present.
Here are some of the improvements and investments we plan on doing as coffee sales increase during 2020-2022: