Hello from our new project called ‘SahaiNan’ located in Nan province, Northern Thailand.
We’re proudly announce our 10days Practical Permaculture Course commencing from 1st – 10th every month of 2017.
Reserve your space, let us know a bit of your background by email to email@example.com
Visit our website for more information at www.sahainan.com
“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 food. We have no even shoes. Then, the government gave us lands and we tried to grow our own food for survival. The soil was bad and poor. We have no education from school but we learn everything from our generation, our grandparents, parents, and seniors.
We learn to plant, build and preserve our seed by using the technique being taught from our tribal. Few years ago we found out that our traditional practises are actually the same idea and ethics of permaculture (even we did not know about “permaculture” from book or course).
Now we have a land which is planting fruits trees, vegetables, tree for construction, fire woods and we are on the way of producing rice because it is our main cereal. Unfortunately, recently the areas around north of Thailand are more and more being polluted by agricultural synthetic chemicals. Human lifestyle is getting away from the nature and causing not only negative impact to our health, but also destroying our Earth environment. Most of the useful traditional practices are also being forgotten by new generation. Nevertheless, nowadays we can find many people who are sick or having diseases due to the pressure of life, unhealthy diet or life style, contact of synthetic chemicals being used by human, and many other reasons.
Now, we are on the way of achieving our dreams. In Sahai Nan Organic Farm, we aim to be the education centre and real life example of organic farm to help the local people here to be away from conventional chemical monoculture planting. We love the simple living just like our last generation did, we enjoy being in the nature and conserving nature at the same time.
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