Unlike a high percentage of the hospitality industry, The Villa Agave takes the care of our planet very seriously. Here are a few things that we do to tread lightly on our planet.


You won’t find single use water bottles in the villa. Instead, your room is equipped with limitless delicious,  Our water comes from one of two wells on the property which is tested quarterly for potability and daily for deliciousness. The environment thanks you for not adding this all too common single use plastic to the earth.

Your shampoo, conditioner, and soap come from a shower dispenser, to alleviate single use toiletries. We do have other toiletries for you in case you accidentally left them behind.


Here at The Villa Agave, we have a zero-tolerance policy for pesticides and roundup. This is a significant departure from the practices of most neighbors. This means you may encounter more critters on and around the villa.


One of the first things we did when we acquired The Villa Agave was cut holes in the 8’ fence that surrounded the property to let creatures in. Almost immediately we saw deer, coyotes, foxes, turkeys, and squirrels (although, let’s face it – the squirrels could have gotten in, anyway!). You’ll see a lot of 8’ fences around these parts. Folks around here like to keep wildlife out, but the more folks that feel that way, the less habitat that wildlife has to survive. The US loses 6,000 acres of habitat a day to development and agriculture. We are delighted to share the grounds with critters, and hope you will be, too. It is for this reason that we discourage pets and children at The Villa.


In 2023, we became a certified wildlife habitat and launched an environmental stewardship program that serves to educate the community on best practices for treatment of habitat and wildlife. This program involves curating leaders in habitat preservation to come speak once a month at the villa. If you are interested in coming to these fascinating talks, learning more or wish to contribute to their efficacy, please reach out to us! Or you can donate here: