Her family is made up of 5 siblings, Rosa has a daughter and a grandson. The farm is an inheritance from her parents who came to colonize that territory from Antioquia. Rosa worked as a forest ranger in Tatama National Park for 24 years. She has also carried out support tasks in environmental management in the neighbouring town of Apia. Rosa is passionate about nature, in love with the mountains and the protection of biodiversity and she affirms that she will continue to be a ranger for the rest of her life.
With the support of the Farmers Association of the town, Rosa has learned to produce coffee ecologically, with the least number of agrochemicals possible.
The farm benefits from the environmental offer due to its proximity to the Tatama Park reserve, which has contributed to the quality of its coffee cultivation. The farm has 8 hectares, of which 6 are dedicated to coffee production, where they have planted around 25,000 coffee trees and the other 2 are dedicated to livestock. The farm is at a height of 1475 mtr.
|Crop year||Q4 – 2021|
|Fermentation process||36 hours in cherry|
|Drying process||Direct sunlight|
|Estimated arrival date Europe||Arrived|
|Farmer||Rosa Ines Restrepo|