Hacienda Masini is a beautiful coffee farm established in 1870 in the town of Yauco. They are in the process of growing more and more coffee trees in collaboration with different agriculture entities and industry stakeholders to sustain their greenhouse. The family is also working in the rehabilitation of a historic Casona which soon will become a guest house.

They need a lot of working hands in sowing and preserving the land for the production of coffee and the enjoyment of visitors. Among the tasks to be done in the farm are: maintenance of the land and nursery (weeding), planting and tending new coffee trees, prune old coffee, clean up trash, conduct population counts (birds/species/eco-plots), paint the house/walls/rails, and open trails. 

*All experiences are subject to host availability and minimum number of participants.


Water. Lunch. Working materials. Donation to the community. Local Guest Group Coordinator.

Transportation can be organized if the group needs it.


Wear comfortable long pants or jeans (to be protected of mosquitos), comfortable shirt, and hiking boots. We also recommend using hats or caps, and to bring insect repellent, sunscreen, and another change of clothes (optional).


9:30 am








(1 customer review)


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arbolito de cafe

1 review for Working on a Historical ‘Hacienda’

  1. Arq. Pablo Ojeda

    Es una alegría el saber lo que está ocurriendo en la Hacienda Massini. El Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña , esta lle ando a cabo un programa similar , comunitario. Ya tenemos 5 proyectos pilotos en distintas etapas. Nos gustaría tener contactos con ustedes a los efectos de como podemos ser aliados.
    Arq. Pablo Ojeda ONeill, Director , Programa de Patrimonio Historico Edificado.

    • Monica Perez

      Saludos Pablo,

      Nos encantaria saber mas sobre este proyecto! Nos puede escribir a [email protected] para coordinar.

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