- Learn the techniques of natural farming according to the permaculture principles
- Enjoy delicious farm grown foods
- Meet like-minded people
- Enjoy the wonderful nature of the Thung Chang district
- Minimum stay is 3 days
Our farm is located in the northern part of Thailand between green hills as far as the eye can see and surrounded by nature. We want to maintain a sustainable way of living.
Currently we produce cashew nuts, rambutan, avocado, banana, papaya, mango, jackfruit, tamarind, bamboo, teak wood, longkong, vegetable gardens, and many more. Our goal is to be an educational center and example for organic farming. We would like to inspire and help the local people around us to not use the conventional chemical monoculture planting.
We are looking for more manpower and volunteers to help us on our farm. You can help with farm work such as planting trees, coffee, herbs, preparing rice fields, vegetable gardens, seed nursery, harvesting, food storage and production or spreading and sharing the permaculture way to the local people.
We have a bamboo and mud-building farmstay and serve organic vegetarian food. Volunteers are encouraged to bring along own notes and stationeries, sleeping bag, flashlight, organic soap, sensible clothing, hat, footwear, own towel, tissue papers, and personal medicine.
Anyone who loves to contribute or want to learn is more than welcome. Come and join us!
We are located in Thung Chang District in the far north of Nan Province, Thailand. Here is the easiest way to get to the farm:
From Nan: 2 hours by bus, 70km. Red buses run hourly everyday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.
From Chiang Mai: About 4-6 hours by own transport, 350km. If you take the Green Bus from Arkhid Bus Station to Thung Chang, it will take about 7-8 hours.
From Chiang Rai to Nan: 5-6 hours by bus.
From Bangkok: About 10-12 hours by bus from Mochit Bus Station, 750km.
From Laos: 1 hour, 50km. Buses run more frequently on Saturdays when the Huay Kon border market is open.Many of our volunteers do visa runs here.
From Phrae: 2 hours.
From Pitsanulok: 5 hours.
* Domestic flights are available from Bangkok to Nan and from Chiang Mai to Nan.
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