Welcome to the Happy House Organic Farms comprehensive list of organic farms located in the Philippines. The list below is a work in progress so if you have details about farms that are not on this list please contact us so we can update the organic farm list.
There are many organic farms in the Philippines but they can be hard to find because they do not have an internet presence. If you know of any farms please send us their details so we can add them to this growing organic farm list for the Philippines.
Located on the beautful southern island of Palawan, out on the far south west of the Philippines Aloha is a special diamond with many facets. As well as it running a organic farm that also holds educational training seminars, it’s also home for many orphaned or ababdonded children who are growing up in the orphanage at the farm.
It’s a Christian ministry run project supported from around the world headed locally by Keith and Narcy.
They have farm tours as well and grow over 55 different vegetables, 33 herbs along with tropical fruits and organic livestock including cows, goats, hogs, chicken, ducks, fish with the composting powered by earthworms.
Under development near by is a 17 acre Eco village called Aloha Ranch.
Amazing Foods located near Santa Maria runs a 22 hectare organic coconut plantation from which it makes a range of natural pure virgin oil products.
Farm Tours Available: Not Yet
Farmstay Available: Not Yet
WWOOF member: On Process
Size: 140+ hectares
Closest Town/City: Santa Maria
WWOOF Volunteers Welcome: On Process
WWOOF Volunteer Fee Amount: On Process
Categories: Southern Luzon
Updated 12 months ago.
Ato Belen’s Farm
Ato Belen’s FarmContact:Ma Ato
WorkBrgy San JuanSouthern LuzonSan Pablo CityLaguna4000PhilippinesworkWork Phone:09 176 761 915workWebsite:www.atobelensfarm.com
Located just south of lake Laguna close to the city of San Pablo City. Started on a shoe-string budget in 1987 from a 200 square meter lot it’s grown to massively to 15 hectares. Planted out with over 2,000 trees such as Rambutan, Lanzones, Durian, and Papaya and lined up with 800 Aromatic Coconuts. Maximize space and productivity, these high-value crops have been intercropped with vegetables and condiments such as Black Pepper from India.Ma Ato the farm’s creator has an innate desire to protect and work with Mother Nature. The land is fertilized with animal manure from the piggery and poultry, treated with LactoBac effective microorganisms (EM) cultured on the farm. He also uses vermicomposting and fish emulsion application.
Back in 2008 Chris and Theresa Beck became fed up with expensive vegetables and the lack of an organic choice so they decided to dig the spade in the ground and create their own farm. Theresa grew up within the 20 islands of Romblon Province.Their organic farm on the southern island region of Romblon now has a life of its own with free range organic chickens, turkeys, horses, honey bee’s, fruit and vegetables and some specialty items like Pili Nut Trees. They are blessed with ocean Views over San Jose and Boracay Island to the west side as well as beautiful views of Looc Bay and the marine and fish sanctuary there.The Becks as well as digging in the earth are very active in their local community with special focus on suporting the local school. They have also created over 80 new local jobs.
ENCA Organic Tourism Farm is one of the earliest organic and hstorical farms in the Philippines. Nested high on the cool Benguet mountain slopes it is a destiation for those wanting to learn organics along with Ibaloi Culture.The farm is named after Enrique and Carmen Cosalan, the third generation to operate the farm after they inherited it from their parents. They have 11 children who grew up and were educated on the farmThe 1970’s put the farm under stress with mining illegal logging practices throughout the region along with the governement trying to legally take aways its ancestoral lands. After 30 years of legal battles the Philippine Supreme Court restored the Cosalan’s ancestral land in 2001 creating a landmark case that set great precedent for indigenous peoples’ land rights throughout the Philippines.In 2006, the farm opened to the public focusing around eco-tourism, education and a peaceful nature retreat for tourists and visitors from around the world. Since then over 1,500 people have made their way up the mountain from Baguio City to volunteered at the farm.
The Happy House Farm created in late 2011 is run as an education centre. The organic farm is non-commercial with the focus on group education rather than food production for sale. Volunteers are also welcome and can help out at the farm for a small fee. The organic farm can accommodate eco groups of up to 30 people (will increase to around 80 by 2019). Your host is Carol Javier.
Farm Tours Available: YES (for large groups only – fee)
Herbana Farms, spread over 4-hectares (9.9 acre) is an ecological and organic demonstration farm that specialises in the production of salad greens, herbs, specialty vegetables, organic pig meat, free-range chickens and tilapia fish aquaculture. Additionaly it serves as a training venue for those individuals who desire to learn the different organic and natural farming technologies, including special Biodynamic-French Intensive methods and Agroecology and Korean Natural Farming.A strong thrust has been made to develop specialised gardens and showcase crop fields that showoff organic natural farming technologies and agroecological approachs to sustainable agriculture.
Holy Carabao Organic is not only an organic farm it’s a Biodynamic organic farm. You will find us in Sta. Rosa in Laguna, just an quick hour drive from the Manila ‘big’ smoke’. Rudolf Steigner farming methods are very popular in Western countries, especially Europe where they value Biodynamic organic products. To order veggies or if you want to schedule an organic farm visit, kindly contact the farm in advance seeing farm visits are by appointment only.
Spread over a vast 16 hectares Kahariam Farms is a leading organic farm that is licensed to sell organic seed and organic vermicast compost.Located in Barangay Adya, Ibaan with the entrance at the boundary of Lipa City and Ibaan, Batangas. it is a diverse of plantation of fruits, rice and cash crops.The organic fertiliser (vermicast) is FPA registered (#01-1864-11) as well as OCCP certified (# 0039AI10). This is a pioneer organic product not only in the Philippines but in South East Asia. The organic rice seed sold is also certified under OCCP(#005111).Located on the farm is a modern training centre, a laboratory, free-range organic chicken sheds, 2 windmills to pump up ground water, vermi processing shed where the large quantities of finished vermicompost are stored, fish ponds stocked with Hito, Tilapia and Koi and a large gazebo surrounded by gardens.
The 2 hectare farm where Lily of the Valley Organic Farms is now located has been tilled by the original owners for over five generations. Now with 3500m2 of the farm totally allocated to organic farming since 2005 the business is prospering. As well as organic highland farm products the farm is also a producer of organic shredders developed over a number of years providing a cost effective Philippine farm shredder solution.
Farm Tours Available: YES
WWOOF member: ?
Started: By 1986 farm operations has started. In 2005, the farm was completely organic
Maawi Organic Farm is located in Pangasinan,Philippines. Their listed address is at Cuala Road, Mabini, 2409, Pangasinan.You can contact them on 075-555 1046 or at address in Pangasinan. Listing categoy and services include Organic Food.