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|Altitude||1,900 - 2,350m|
The picturesque Ana Sora coffee plantation is surrounded by steep highland slopes and natural forests and was established in 2010. It is a substantial operation with 150ha of organic coffee production currently underway.
The Turo River runs through the farm, supplying the plantation with pristine spring water from its origin in the protected forests of this mountainous region.
They are currently running a program to grow additional coffee seed to expand the existing plantation by a further 100ha, and further plans to build a washing station fed by their natural water source, with the aim for both projects to be completed in time for the 2018 harvest.
The local Oromo people that work the plantation are a collective of smallholder farmers that work together with Ana Sora with the aim of developing sustainable production and economic outcomes for the local community.
The group work closely with the local secondary school Yerba Buleye to educate the farmers’ children, and hopes to extend this support network to offer higher-level education. As well as this, the farm has strong ties to an orphanage in the neighbouring village. Through this interest in the local community and the future of its children, Ana Sora hopes to use their ability to produce specialty coffee to give back to the people that make their business possible.