Santa Maria Estate is located in Paso Ancho municipality in the Chiriquie region of Panama. They own about 120 Hectares of land, which 60 hectares of it are planted with a higher quality varieties such as Caturra, Typica or Criollo and Geisha
In the 1990s, Edwin Santamaria took over the farm, and he decided to to bring a new dynamic to improve the planting and production process that will help to increase productivity and improve the quality significantly. Currently, the third generations are starting to be more involved with the farm, and try to push it even better.
In their activities, this farm applies enviromentaly-friendly agricultural practices by applying organic agricultural products to their plant, no insecticides, no hunting, and no cutting trees down. In addition, the farm keeps certain areas as a forest reserve with sources of crystalline potable water that provide water to cooperating families and also to the ecological processing plant.