A Four Week Biodynamic Farming Program

Biodynamic Student program – Visit Ecuador to Learn Biodynamic Farming and Living Simply While Discerning your Life Path

Courses run from June 5th  through the 30th

August 7th through Sept.1st

Finca Sagrada community with Susan and Walter standing
A group of students learning to make a seed bed

Sacred Land Farm ( offers a revitalizing mix of earth-friendly biodynamic farming practices, homa farming, yoga and life-path tutoring.   Join us in the beautiful mountains of Ecuador close to the storied village of Vilcabamba. We have a 1,200 acre farm, including a two-acre intensive garden with fruit trees, ten rolling acres of irrigated pastures, milk cows, goats, burros, chickens, and bees.

We offer a four-week internship of living close to the land in harmony with nature  and growing your own biodynamic food. Woven into this will be the opportunity to explore your own highest possibilities in the world while enjoying our collaborative living practices, you’ll gain insight into your highest possibilities among life paths.   Farm partner Susan Davis has founded more than 40 innovation networks ranging from organics and solar to social investing, women’s economic empowerment and consciousness.   She teaches how to hear your intuition more clearly to take risks around your values to find your optimal life path, tailoring each program to the individual.  See, which also offers her free book, The Trojan Horse of Love.

We have solar power and internet, living simply and working by hand.  We live and share meals in community where you will develop personal and collaboration skills, not to mention inter-cultural education and learning Spanish.

Expectations of Course Participants.

This is a hands-on living experience with three hours of classes per week and lots of personal time with Susan and Walter, the owners and presenters.  In addition course participants will have the opportunity to learn practical skills such as preparing beds for planting, animal care and the use of biodynamic preparations under the supervision of Cristian or Walter, your teachers.

Weekends are free and many participants enjoy going to Vilcabamba for the weekend.

The  cost is $490  ($16 per day) for the four-week course .   For more detailed information, see or contact Walter Moora at

If students wish they can stay longer to deepen their experience at a reduced cost.

The road to our valley and Farm

Finca Sagrada History and Community Members

Susan and Walter Moora bought the farm six years ago and have been joined by kindred spirits who bring as many gifts to the Farm as we do.  Walter has been a Biodynamic farmer for more than forty years, manifesting five such viable businesses on four continents, including bread, yogurt, cheese and milk.   Susan has spent her life creating groups of kindred spirits on three continents collaborating to manifest organics, solar, social investing, microenterprise, women’s economic empowerment and destiny path experiences.

Next came Cristian, our Ecuadorian partner, who grew up in the village closest to us.   Cristian is bilingual and runs the farm and gardens with Walter.  Although only twenty-eight, he is a master gardener and farmer and will teach you local customs, as well as  Spanish. Cristian’s deep love for the land of his birth is a gift to all who meet him.

Much of the time interns will be working with Cristian as he is the hands on guy.

If our description of our “Biodynamic homesteading with a heart” resonates with you, come experience all aspects of homesteading, community growing, spiritual practices and vibrant living.   We limit each class to five participants.

If you  are looking for more then a volunteer program in Ecuador, we believe you will have an experience of a lifetime. Not only will we teach you homesteading skills, but you will experience the sacredness of nature in all her beauty.

For more information please contact Walter at

Our cows

Our cows

Our farm from on high

Our farm from on high

Sleeping tent

Sleeping tent

Our community room

Our community room



Life on a lush, Biodynamic, Ecuadorian farm, is as much about cultivating community and a sense of unity, as it is growing fruits and vegetables.  From sharing a dorm- like treehouse, to working the nutrient rich soil, the bond of friendship and connectivity with our planet finds roots that reach deeply.  Walter’s Biodynamic homestead is a lesson in the beautiful role we human beings must play in stewarding the earth, and one another.

For more testimonials, click here.

This is a fun video from a previous course given in 2014

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