Green Lab Spain



Andrew Gregson

Sonsoles Diaz


Moclinejo | Spain


Located just 10km from the Mediterranean coastline our farm is a 10,000 sqm permaculture and agricultural demonstration site; nestled in the rustic Andalusian landscape you will find the beginnings of our vision for future ‘off grid’ zero carbon sustainable agriculture.

Our closest neighbour is the village of Moclinejo, famous for its Ruta de la Pasa (Raisin Route) and its traditional Arabic style low white houses with narrow winding streets. At the heart of the farm is a permaculture and closed loop philosophy; we’re passionate about the need to design sustainable and ecological practises into future farming methods; leveraging renewable energy, vermiculture, nutrient recovery, water management and soil regeneration. Green Lab Granja is designed around four key philosophies:

Renewable energy

We are exploiting renewable energy sources to power the entire farm, everything from solar, biogas and hot composting.

Reducing landfill

Working with local communities we are diverting organic waste from restaurants and coffee shops into our vermiculture systems.

Soil regeneration

We are supporting the regeneration of soils on the land we farm through vermiculture and composting reducing soil erosion.

Health and Wellbeing

We believe in the wellbeing of individuals and the role natural systems play in a healthy lifestyle – all our vegetables are grown organically pesticide free.



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Green Lab Granja is located in just a short distance from the beautiful village of Moclinejo; a village and municipality in the province of Málaga, situated approximately 17 kilometres from Málaga and 558 km from Madrid. It has a population of approximately 1200 residents and it famous for it’s Ruta de la Pasa (Raisin Route).

For any queries in relation to our Courses & Events, Volunteering or Educational services, please contact us hello@greenlabspain.eu. Please note, we are not open to the public except during tours, workshops and volunteer sessions.


Regional & International: Malaga
Aeropuerto de Málaga-Costa del Sol
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Málaga María Zambrano railway station
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Twice daily services run Monday – Friday from the coast to Moclinejo.
Check Movitapp for full timetables and routes. Main bus routes M261, M262, M361


It’s a short 20 minute walk from Moclinejo to our Green Lab, please remember to take a bottle of water if you decide to walk, as there a few steep hills and on a warm day is can be quite taxing.


Travel on Autovia A-7 coming from either Almeria or Malaga, take junction 254, follow the north bound MA-3200, through Benagalbon join the MA-3119 through to Moclinejo, sharp left just before Calle el Chorro. You’ll need a 4×4 to enter the Granja.


Rincon de la Victoria, Benagalbon or Moclinejo are all beautiful places to stay and ideally located to access La Granja; AirBnB has a great selection of local apartments and houses.

Meet the team

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  1. Anonymous

    Hi all, 

    We just wanted to make you aware of our activities at the stand 114 (0114 - Adaptación al cambio climático de la agricultura de secano mediterránea: su contribución a la contaminación cero). We are presenting today our mobile VR app LIFE AMDRYC4. It is available for IOS and ANDROID (https://apkpure.com/es/life-amdryc4/com.UMU.LIFEAMDRYC4 or https://apps.apple.com/es/app/life-amdryc4/id1540739695) and you can also play through the web application at our official site (http://lifeamdryc4.eu/aplicacion/). The application is available in 5 languages (Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French and English) and allows you to simulate the effects of agricultural practices on the soil productivity, and CO2 emissions. We would love to have your feedback on this and we are happy to answer any question you may have about the LIFE AMDRYC4 project.

    Maria Jose Martinez (Research Coordinator), Carmen Perez Sirvent (Research Coordinator), Manuel Hernandez Perez (VideoGame Designer and Project Manager). 

  2. Gracias por compartir con todos el trabajo que está haciendo con la agricultura sostenible y ecológica fuera de la red. Me gustaría invitarlo a visitar nuestro stand 19 - Australia de Australia, para conocer los beneficios que el fertilizante de silicio tiene para la agricultura de conservación, la salud del suelo y la salud de las plantas y el secuestro de carbono. ¡Por favor, deje un mensaje para nosotros si desea conocer y hablar más! www.agripower.com.au