Having grown up surrounded by coffee, Doña Idaly worked on coffee farms as a picker for many years before saving up enough to buy her own farm in the early 2000’s.
Located on the steep, lush slopes of Frailes, the borders of Doña Idaly’s farm are marked by the bright pink leaves of Costa Rica's national tree - Guanacaste - after which she fondly named the farm. One of fifteen siblings, Doña Idaly counts on her brother Marconé for the daily upkeep of ‘Guanacaste’, while she looks after elderly relatives during the quieter periods of the year.
Idaly is a member of CAF, a regional mill located in Frailes, processing cherry and representing 60 smallholder families.
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