Economic Development for Coffee Farmers

where to buy ivermectin online Coffee drinkers around the world now recognize that Indonesia‚Äôs¬†Arabica coffees are among the world‚Äôs finest. In 2009 a sample of the¬†area‚Äôs ‚Äėwhite Arabica‚Äô coffee was taken to a coffee merchant in¬†Switzerland, and was included in a blind tasting by professional tasters.¬†The Munduk coffee was rated 9 out of 10 and the merchant asked to¬†stock it, but production in Munduk was too low for export.

Coffee Seedlings

WrzeŇõnia Thousands of young Arabica seedlings were supplied to about 27¬†farmers.

Forest Diversity Provides Additional Crops

Traditional highland coffee farmers face many challenges, including climate change and poverty. Premium bean quality and good soil depend on biodiversity and the significant shade of a healthy forest canopy, which also supports local wildlife. To improve livelihood and support biodiversity, honey production provides additional income. Cacao, Avocado and Clove trees provide extra income and are a food source for honey bees when the coffee trees are not flowering.

Cloves Provide Shade Trees and Income

Beekeeping Provides Another Valuable Income Source