At Rancho Dulce it is our intention to continue reforesting the existing pasture land and homesite borders, creating privacy and inviting the wildlife to use the newly planted corridors to access the trees and canopy down by the river. We are also planting 2-3 acres Guadua Bamboo and continuing to plant indigenous trees in an effort to return the pasture land back to rainforest. Guadua bamboo is a sustainable building construction material, bug resistant and in some cases stronger than steel. It is our intention to encourage homeowners to build with sustainable materials such as bamboo. Our electrical, road, water system and drainage are 100% complete. Our shared caretakers program will keep your seasonal and annual expenses down and guarantee that your property, home, and gardens are well taken care of.
We anticipate that with each new home built at The Ranch, we will match revenue donated from each homeowner and continue our re-planting efforts, and support local wildlife populations. Planting of food is also important as we have put in over 200 fruit & citrus trees and plan on adding to our food planting program each year. We encourage you to come and visit us and take a peek.