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Rancho Sol y Mar is pleased to offer a unique and exciting program for travelers to Mexico. EEP! (Experiential Education Program!) provides an affordable & fun learning experience in one of the most gorgeous natural settings imaginable. Just steps from one of Mexico’s most pristine, swimmable beaches, the program includes daily hands-on instruction in a wide variety of interests including: Permaculture concepts, building with natural, local materials, animal husbandry (chickens and goats), solar energy systems, nursery propagation techniques, composting, and other related homesteading practices. EEP! will also include additional practical learning in such diverse skill sets as carpentry basics, fencing, knot tying, animal care, introduction to tools, food processing, and more!

Tuition (aprox. $33 U.S.D. per day) includes accommodations, 2 veg/flex meals/day, and instruction. Flexible rolling admission. 1 week minimum and advanced notice of arrival preferred. email: ranchosolymar@gmail.com For more information: www.ranchosolymar.com Rancho Sol y Mar
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View of Mayto Beach from Rancho Sol y Mar
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