I like to joke around that too often organizations “don’t like to let data get in the way of a good opinion.” On the farm and as a business, we aspire to be a process and data driven organization to always ensure quality in our products and services, efficiency in our work, and consistency in our operations.Read More
Ceci Norman, Event Coordinator of Finca Tres Robles, is responsible for organizing the events here at the farm. In this interview, we talk art, career, and her core values.
I love this photo so much. Here is probably the exact moment when Dan and I realized there was a bit more asphalt on this property than we realized and what the heck were we going to do about it.
For me, it sums up the last five years so well. Dan and I looking at a problem and working to figure out how we go about solving it and then solving it in a way that adds value to everything else we want to do.
There’s this resilient commitment we have for innovating a way forward.Read More
Cat Jonda, Operations Manager of Finca Tres Robles, is responsible for the farming and education about our work here at the farm. In this interview, we talk New Zealand, career, and her life purpose.
A little over five (5) years ago we first set eyes on a vacant, overgrown, and unused property with large oak trees standing guard at the entrance that would become Finca Tres Robles. Two (2) years ago however while working to secure the site permanently, Harris County decided to purchased the land on which we farm, endangering the future of Finca. With support from vocal advocates, the County honored our previous lease agreement but that lease runs out at the end of 2019 and there is currently no agreement in place to extend our stay.Read More