Rancho Margot

Wider Region
The lodge is certified carbon neutral since 2012 and operates entirely on renewable energy sources, such as solar panels, hydroelectric turbines and biodigesters. The lodge also produces its own food, water, soap, furniture and electricity, using organic and biodegradable materials. The lodge recycles waste and composts organic matter, creating fertile soil for the gardens. The lodge also protects biodiversity and sequesters carbon emissions by reforesting degraded land and creating wildlife corridors. Ranchos Margot also supports the local community by employing local staff, providing education and training opportunities, donating to local schools and projects, and promoting cultural exchange. The lodge also hosts volunteers, interns and researchers who contribute to the ranch’s operations and mission. 
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