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Sustainable Agriculture

Punta Cana is not traditionally a center for agriculture. The Ecological Foundation is committed to small-scale, local vegetable production using locally produced compost and worm compost, our vegetable nursery covers several acres of year-round production and provides local restaurants, residents of the Punta Cana community, and the restaurants of Puntacana Resort & Club with fresh produce.

The Foundation currently produces arugula, lettuce, eggplant, peppers, melons, tomatoes, chives, cucumbers, peppers, basil, cilantro, plantains, pumpkins, fennel, mint, parsley, beets, and other herbs and spices. Plans for expansion include additional greenhouses to further supplement the needs of the resort.