The Buenos Aires Estate actively promotes the renovation of plantations, conservation of soil and the preservation of its flora. It is also highly committed to the growth and development of its community. This estate is close to the heart of the Seeds for Progress Foundation as it is the birthplace of the Digital Seeds Program. “The Baltodano family is proud of the achievements made in the education in coffee growing communities. In 2009, we began this pilot project here with 50 students and now more than 6,000 students and 15 schools are part of this program.”, said Ernesto Baltodano, member of the Seeds for Progress Foundation committee.
Ernesto Baltodano (son), Duilio Baltodano and Eduardo Baltodano (son)