Indonesia is renowned for its wealth of agricultural resources and it’s fertile year round growing conditions, which are mostly in part to its geographical location along one of the worlds most active volcanic belts. Over countless millennia the recurrent eruptions throughout the country’s nearly 7000 islands have enriched the soil and have created the ideal environment for its diversity of local products. Here we will discover the origins of a few of these such as coffee and cacao and learn about Bali’s sustainable agriculture through the grassroots communities and farmers of Batu Karu.