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Monthly Archives: January 2015
The Permaculture garden is more than an organic garden. -It is also responsible for its waste, it aims not to pollute the surrounding environment i.e. with either excess nitrogen into the water systems or weed seed into any natural systems. … Continue reading
What is Permaculture? Permaculture (permanent agriculture) is the conscious design and maintenance of agriculturally ecosystems which have the diversity, stability and resilience of natural ecosystems. It is the harmonious integration of landscape and people providing the food, energy, shelter and … Continue reading
More than 140,000 people are estimated to live in this remote region and only 20% can read and write. Most of them live in villages on the sides of the steeply sloping mountains that divide the region into a series … Continue reading
“Lua” is one of the hilltribe in Thailand. We were moving from mountain to mountain due to the political conflict between communist and democracy around 1967. One night, we were running away from a big fighting with families without any … Continue reading
Nan is one of province in north of Thailand, surrounded by mountains and connected with Laos. It is a quiet place and mostly occupied by local tribal people.
We want to make this place a permaculture education and demonstration centre for local and all people from all around the world.
Thanks to all volunteer who joined our project and helped us to complete such an amazing work! Now we have NEW BAMBOO HUT which is with LEAF ROOF! And, our washroom has mosaic which is made from ROCK collecting from our … Continue reading
We had such wonderful weeks of courses. Thank you to all students and volunteers for every moment. We are having so much progress in our land, for gardens, house, toilet, kitchen, and many more.
Happy new year and welcome everyone to enjoy the year 2015. We would like to thanks all volunteers and the villagers in Thung Chang who came to help and join us. Thank you for making this land so lovely.