What happens when you take the creamy citrus of an orange creamsicle, toss in some rhubarb acidity and dark sweetness of brown sugar? You guessed it… Solok Radjo Cooperative (600 members strong, 1-2 hectares each) is a young, energetic group and they’re roasting, visiting cafes, brewing, and putting efforts towards agronomy.
On the ecology front, this group is serious. They have a grant from the government to re-forest 3,000 hectares of previously cleared land at the border of the national park. The first phase/test is underway now with 120 hectares. They are growing both shade tree/forest seedlings and coffee tree seedlings at their coop nursery, and they’re re-making this cleared land into forest land with coffee trees growing under the canopy.
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