Camp Via Organica in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is the second camp in the Ecosystem Restoration Camp network. Via Organica is a working ranch and a model of how to transform degenerated farm and pastureland. This EcoCamp differs from Camp Altiplano, Spain in that it offers 10-day ecosystem restoration experiences. Join other Campers to discover different organic and regenerative farming techniques, including biointensive gardening, compost making, seed-saving, and tree-planting in the semi-arid highlands of Mexico.
The Ecosystem Restoration Camp movement provides a joyous model for self-organized local restoration projects! Founder John D. Liu envisions "a global network of Eco-Camps supporting the emergence of fully-functional, peaceful, abundant, biologically diverse Earth brought about through cooperative efforts for ecological restoration." It' s happening! Click the link below to see the 30+ camps.
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Unlike other camps in the network, there is a fee for this ten-day experience which is currently offered twice a year. The fee covers accommodation, nutritious, locally sourced, organic meals and lessons. Lessons are taught by highly talented teachers, skilled in regenerative agricultural techniques. Discounts are offered to Ecosystem Restoration Camp members and member of the Organic Consumers Association.