In 2012, leadership fell to Padre José Alejandro Aguilar Posada. With an education from Colombia, Brazil, Congo, and the United States, Padre Joe has extensive knowledge and experience in agro-ecology, sustainability, rural development, regional sustainability, and eco-theology. Throughout his life and travels, he has been deeply involved in sustainable agricultural development and rural economics.
Padre Joe invites farmers from around the region to participate in the Suyasama Project. Farmers are educated in methods of organic agriculture, coffee processing and understanding the value of their crop. farmers are then empowered by the wealth and spread of farming techniques.
"Sustainability, as an ethical and conceptual horizon, goes beyond a development strategy. It is, above all, an option to learn about life and the world. The main objective of the learning we want to carry out in the SUYUSAMA Regional Sustainability Program should help us establish harmonious relationships between human beings and nature, while we carry out our deepest dreams and overcome the main challenges and challenges of the present."
P. José Alejandro Aguilar, S.J.
Farm: Kawacom Sipi Falls Sustainable ProjectAltitude: 1300-2000 MASLVarietal: SL 14 & 28Process: WashedRoast: MediumNotes: Cocoa Nib, Caramel, Date and Tangerine The name Sipi Falls originated from a Sabiny word ‘Sep’ which...View full product details
Details Altitude: 1371 MASLRoast: Light Varietal: Sigarar Utang, Typica Process: Wet HulledNotes: Purple Grape, Sweet Pipe Tobacco, Cola Lintong is an area south of Sumatra's Lake Toba with...View full product details
Details Farm: Various Zone: Jimma Altitude: 1900-2200 MASLRoast: Light Varietal: Heirloom Process: WashedNotes: Honey, orange blossom, white peach The Nano Challa Cooperative is located in the Gera District, Jimma Zone. The cooperative was...View full product details
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