The Farm

We built a farm to provide employment and the sense of dignity that comes from earning a living and being able to take care of one’s family.

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The Community

In Nicaragua’s poor economy, there are many opportunities to help average people in the community. Here are some of the things we’ve been able to do.

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Sheep Dreamzzz

We train women to knit adorable baby blankets that we sell in the US.  They keep all of the profit from their work. Truly a gift that gives back!

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Updates – August 2019

  • After some significant downtime, our well pump seems to be functioning reliably. Its main shaft had broken, so we tried out a cheaper 120V Truper pump; a mistake but not too costly. Bismarck took great initiative getting the older 240V pump fixed and the guys reinstalled it all on their own.
  • We finally have all the components for solar system #2, except for the panels, which are readily available. All will be installed in early October and we’ll see if we can pull the plug from the high-priced public grid.
  • The group of seniors who come for breakfast every Thursday morning has grown to about 25.
  • Sheep Dreamzzz keeps turning out more blankets, and the women still own 100% of the profit. We released a new website with reviews, product filtering, and many other nice features.
  • Sheep Not Goats helped several workers who needed financial assistance to deal with medical issues
  • One worker, Luis, left the farm. We needed to downsize a little anyway so the reduction in payroll helps us. It was his decision though.


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