|View from the shelter, the highest point of the farm. From this vantage point, you can see the West Philippine Sea, the white strip right after the greenery.|
Malunggay Life's moringa oleifera farm is situated in a barangay in Narra, a first-class municipality in the province of Palawan in the Philippines, and sits in a slightly undulating area.
|This is a view of the shelter from the nursery and the well.|
|Prior to our purchase of the farm, the previous caretaker used to plant tomatoes in a portion of the land.|
|We have set up flag markers to help us identify the boundaries of the moringa / malunggay farm. |
This is the southwestern part of the farm.
|These were some of the original malunggay / moringa cuttings we first planted. |
This one even has two healthy pods!
|These are the nurseries. The one with the moringa seedlings was the first nursery. |
We have added another one because of our growing stock of malunggay seedlings.
|The new nursery with newly planted moringa / malunggay seeds.|
|We finished building this shelter last February, but I didn't have a chance to take its picture up close.|
|From where I'm standing, that's the shelter (the tiny, beige spot in the middle). This is the northern part of the farm, and we use this road to get to the farm.|