Organic Farming

Since the Reserve is located far from urban centers and sources of supply, one of its fundamental missions is to provide its own supply of the largest amount and variety of food possible on site.

We are committed to producing great organic produce and raising animals in the healthiest possible environment.

Outdoors we grow lettuce, spinach, cabbage, radishes, carrots, beets, chard, artichokes and raspberries, and various spices such as parsley, cilantro, mint, chives, garlic and chives, among others.

We have a beautiful and efficient Solar Greenhouse designed to take maximum advantage of the daylight hours in this southern area of the world.

As native producers, we have abundant wild strawberries and "nalcas", which we use to prepare homemade jams. We are hoping to establish a self-sufficient farming system at the Añihue Reserve, creating a balance between conservation and local production.

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For several seasons we were members of the organic farming group WWOOF-Chile, receiving national and foreign volunteers who wanted the experience of living in an extreme place, with all the benefits and difficulties it has, and also contributed their knowledge and work in areas related to cultivation and the farm.

WWOOF-Chile Volunteer Photos
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Organic Farming: Sheep Organic Farming: Pigs Organic Farming: Rooster

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