María Lidia’s farm is called La Arada which means flat lands. She became involved with coffee production when she married her husband Cristobal. He owned a small area where he was growing coffee. Together, they have been working hard to make their farm bigger; and one of their main interests is to produce only high quality coffee. Days pass very quickly in María Lidia’s house because there is a lot of work to be done, mainly when they are drying coffee. Everybody works together, removing the coffee cherries three times a day to prevent damage to the quality. The coffee that is dried as Honey Coffee is exclusively picked by her family. This parchment coffee is placed on the shelters, or African Beds, and they always make certain this is the highest quality production.