Atitlan Oganics is a highly diversified, super low input, permaculture inspired, downright ninja farm.  

Over the past 6 years, we have focused on building a fully-functioning, profitable, organic, permaculture farm. Over the past two years, we have begun to offer monthly Intro to Permaculture Courses, as well a Volunteer Program.

Beyond the permaculture farm, there are a number of like-minded people in our neighbourhood that offer complementary skills. Through our centre, we offer Spanish Classes, Yoga and Meditation Classes, Dance, as well as Herbal Medicine/Plant Energetics Workshops.

We believe that farming should be fun and profitable. While we always keep our eye on local markets and bottom lines, our farm foundations lie in diversified edible landscapes, open-pollinated seeds, perennial crops, and traditional breed animals, as well as farm-produced fertility, compost teas, and homeopathic preparations. We produce goat milk, yogurt, and cheers, eggs, vegetables, fruits, chicken, herbs, seeds, and nursery plants. We are located in the Mayan village of Tzununa, on the north shore of Lake Atitlán.

Our goal is to grow nutrient dense food for sale within the local communities, while providing training in organic production and permaculture to local farmers and international students alike.

At Atitlan Organics, you'll experience the cutting edge of ecological food production. From our permaculture design certification courses and introductory workshops to school field trips and local community projects, we believe that education is the key to sustainable change.


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January 11 - 25, 2020
  • permaculture
  • natural building
  • Renewable Energy
  • community projects
  • Water Systems
  • Soil Science
  • cultural exchange
Explore regenerative design through the lens of Permaculture and Natural Building. Over two weeks, participants will gain a thorough understanding of regenerative design theory and practice through hands on practical work, dynamic classroom presentations and workshops, engaging group discussions and activities, and epic field trips. Week 1 focuses on Permaculture, from the guiding principles and ethics to strategies and techniques...
March 28 - April 18, 2020
  • permaculture
  • community projects
  • Soil Science
  • Water Systems
  • Renewable Energy
  • yoga
  • cultural exchange
  • holistic health
Join us for a unique Permaculture Design course which focuses on wellness, Permaculture, and regenerative community development as a path to create a thriving world for all. This cutting edge PDC combines the ecological understandings of Permaculture with the tools and wisdom of yoga, as it applies to community development to realize truly regenerative solutions. Using the convergence of self-care,...

Key Stats.

Year founded


Size of project site

1 hectares

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

People on site

3 - 10

Dry season

November to June

Wet season

June to October

Living Conditions.


  • shared rooms
  • private room

Omnivore Food

  • communal kitchen access
  • over 80% locally sourced
  • restaurant on site


  • fast: streaming video

Ongoing classes

  • permaculture
    3-5 times per week
  • yoga
    3-5 times per week
  • dance
    1-2 times per week

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