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We would like to thank everyone, who in one way or another, has supported and contributed to the development and evolution of Quisqueya Permacultura, our family and our communities.

A special shout out to our Tribe: our parents, Rafael Susana, Dalia Susana, Tupac Vilches-Cabrera, Paulina Vilches for the unconditional love and overwhelming support from day one and to our homies at Catalyst Perspective for this amazing website!

With our business model we seek to create a positive impact by:

Creating local employment, exchanges and development opportunities for local communites and businesses.
Promoting an inclusive, localized economy and fostering prosperity for the wider community.

Promoting decolonization, non-violent communication, fostering a culture of peace and restoration of social justice trust between members of the community and our project.

Helping to protect the planet, people and by promoting natural farming practices, developing practical skills and creating conditions of abundance and restoration of ecosystems where humans and wildlife can prosper


What we now call the province of Samana was home to the Ciguayos, Ciboneyes, and other indigenous groups who migrated from parts of the Caribbean, Central and South America. After 1492, when the island was colonized, other groups of enslaved peoples were brought forcefully from different parts of Africa, and later many others migrated as free peoples from other parts of the Caribbean and from the US, seeking true freedom. We would like to acknowledge and honour the traditional owners of the land, those who migrated to these lands and worked hard to make it their home, and pay respects to the Elders of this land, those of the past and the present.

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