Sacred Valley, sacred ground

Sacred Valley, sacred ground

Organic farming thriving in Peru
Joaquin Randall-Weeks and his wife, Aima Molinari, live and work on the Albergue Farm with their daughter, Mayu Randall, 6. The farm is in the Sacred Valley in Peru.
Gemma McNeill, left, and Lourdes Niehaus moved to Peru to work on the Albergue Farm in the Sacred Valley. Their studies in sustainable agriculture at the University of British Columbia are being used well at the farm.
The Albergue Hotel sits along the train route to Machu Picchu in Peru.

Sacred Valley, sacred ground

Joaquin Randall-Weeks and his wife, Aima Molinari, live and work on the Albergue Farm with their daughter, Mayu Randall, 6. The farm is in the Sacred Valley in Peru.
Gemma McNeill, left, and Lourdes Niehaus moved to Peru to work on the Albergue Farm in the Sacred Valley. Their studies in sustainable agriculture at the University of British Columbia are being used well at the farm.
The Albergue Hotel sits along the train route to Machu Picchu in Peru.
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