Gambia is a blessed country

The Gambia has an abundant groundwater reservoir thanks to the Gambia River.

Using this would, on the one hand, give people the opportunity to feed themselves. On the other hand, the country would oppose the "feeding frenzy" of the spreading Sahara with a green belt.

With our farm project we would like to give an example of the abundance in

which so much can grow and flourish all year round.

All of this can be found on our small farm.


Almost all tropical fruits find very good conditions in the Gambia.



Tomatoes, cucumbers, chilly, aubergines, pumpkins, ... and much more is possible here.


Chicken and eggs are one of our Gambier staple foods.



Bush tea with its special healing properties wants to be rediscovered by us.



Bees are our most important allies.
Without them there would be no profit.


In the tower room we have set up an apartment for guests who want to share their time with us.

Organic farming is a difficult road - but it's worth it.

For thousands of years, large stretches of land in Gambia have been covered by dense bush and barren savannah landscape. We are aware that we are interfering with our farm and that nature is resisting it. On the other hand, we learn that birds and bees are discovering our farm as a new habitat. That is precisely why we try to produce biologically valuable food with diverse agriculture without the use of pesticides and fungicides. Not always easy, but also not without a view. Sweat and perseverance, trial and error are our companions.

Eat what you grow and grow what you eat.

A farmer should never go hungry. We let this sentence become reality. We have our own vegetables, fruits and animals. What applies to us on a small scale also applies to our country as a whole.

Other African countries levy higher import duties or even impose import bans on those products that are available in their countries. In this way they prevent the exports supported by the European Union, Asia or America with subsidies from permanently weakening their own (agricultural) economy.