Upon entering Ecohuella, visitors will find a cuy barn, space for workshops, seed saving bank, greenhouses, plots with a biodiversity of vegetables, and a keyhole garden prominent at the entrance. At Ecohuella, there are biodiverse ecosystems that are rooted in healthy soil. Everything works in harmony. The vegetables are abundant and anything that would go to waste is fed to animals in compost, bocashi and organic fertilizers to help the crops in the fields. Seeds are harvested from the farm.
Everyday looks different at the Ecohuella. Chores and tasks come in cycles depending on seasons and the current needs. It might look like feeding 150 guinea pigs, watering the corn fields or harvesting tomatoes from the greenhouse. Not a single day goes by without an entertaining conversation with Yesica. And, of course Julio will always have some chicha to share. Come visit!