Finca Sagrada gathers an international team composed of Walter Moora and Susan Davis Moora (from the United States), owners of the farm.
Their Ecuadorian partners, Cristian Hartman Ojeda, José Calva and Carmen Chamba Solano come from the Palta indigenous tribe. With volunteers coming from all over the world, it creates a diverse and multicultural environment.
Walter Moora is a life-long Biodynamic farmer, author and spiritual healer of the land, who has farmed biodynamically on four continents for more than forty years.
Part of his passion has been to honor and work with the unseen beings that make the natural world possible.
CRISTIAN HARTMAN OJEDA
Cristian joined the farm in 2003. He was born in Tumianuma near Vilcabamba.
Cristian has created many innovations on the farm, including the Inca herbal garden, the food forest, and he was invaluable in building our Spirit House.
JOSÉ CALVA & CARMEN CHAMBA SOLANO
José Calva joined the farm in April of 2018. He comes from the indigenous identity named Palta, the indigenous of this area.
Carmen Chamba Solano, his wife, works with him at the farm.
José has a long experience in agriculture, organic farming and permaculture.