TROPICAL FRUIT TREE,
SEED & BAMBOO NURSERY
HURRICANE FIONA UPDATE 03/15/2023:
Almost exactly 5 years after Hurricane Maria's islandwide destruction, Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico with massive amounts of rain and/or steady wind gusts over 100 mph for over 24 hours from September 18 to 19. Unfortunately, my farm was again hit extremely hard and looks like a war zone: landslides; hundreds of trees snapped in half; thousands of branches that will need to be removed; my newly built greenhouse and nursery structure again destroyed.
I spent the first six months after Fiona with clearing and cleaning work of the front area of Govardhan Gardens. I also managed to build two greenhouses that are already planted out.
I am just now beginning to open up trails throughout the farm. Based on previous experiences, it looks like it will take about 2 more years to clean up the farm + repair the damage. Aside of loosing rare tropical fruit species, the damage to structures + labor needed will cost around $25,000.
For those who want to support the project that has hosted over ten thousand people throughout the past 20+ years, donations can be sent via PayPal to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(For other money transfer options, please contact me personally by Whatsapp 939 248 1266). Please make sure to declare all donations as "Hurricane Relief Donations".
For those of you who want to help with the farm clearing marathon, feel free to contact me.
IThe bamboo nursery is most likely the first to be back on its feet,
and orders can be processed throughout 2023.
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located close by Mayaguez (Puerto Rico)
is an eco project and a high quality tropical
rare fruit tree, seed & bamboo nursery.
Its goal is to inspire a natural life style,
care for the earth and environment,
as well as to encourage independent
living and thought,
grassroots social cooperation,
and meaningful, self-sufficiency oriented lifestyles
outside the grid of a media/consumer-created culture.
- 10.5 acres of land: environmentally sound
and sustainable eco-organic cultivation.
- No chemical pesticides, fertilizers, or herbicides etc.
ever used on the farm or in the nursery.
- Private seed-bank of numerous culinary and medicinal
herbs and other tropical crops.
- Arboretum areas provide conservation space
for important trees from the tropics.
- Eco-organic herb, spice and vegetable cultivation.
- Tropical bamboo nursery and collection.
BAMBOO COLLECTION SPECIES
Tropical Seeds for Exchange and Sale
Customized Fruit Orchard Designs
Bamboo Nursery and Resources
Tropical Fruit Tree Nursery
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