In our ongoing effort to support sustainable practices within the Bacanora industry, we have teamed up with Sortillon Artesenal Bacanora – and a group of dedicated volunteers, for the 1st Agave Reforestation Program, 2019, in Guyamas, Mexico. The first planting took place on March 3, 2019.
In total, the volunteer team planted over 45,000, 18 month-old, agave Pacifica plants that will be relocated in approximately 6-8 months and replaced by a new round of plants.
In approximately 12-18 months, these juvenile plants will be transplanted to the field where they will reach maturity – approximately 3 years from now. Following the maturation, the Pinas will be harvested to produce Bacanora and the planting and cycle is sustainable, allowing us to produce our DOUBLE GOLD quality Sunora Bacanora.
We’d like to thank our friends at Sortillon Bacanora, and also to the many volunteers who have helped insure a sustainable future for future generations to come!
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