maemutgarden
maemutgarden
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Commenced:
01/02/2011
Submitted:
01/07/2012
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Mae Mut T. Mae Win A. Mae Wang, Chiang Mai, TH
Website:
www.maemutgarden.com
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical





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we could do with some help

Project: maemutgarden

Posted by marco tosi over 6 years ago

opportunities for volunteers.

We have been working at maemutgarden for nearly two years, in this time we have built our house with adobe bricks, planted around one thousand trees, harvested rice twice and started a number of veggie beds.

We make our own compost, fertilizers and pesticides, and have ongoing building work in the shape of an adobe workshop/toolshed and also a new wooden bungalow. There is also ongoing work in the garden and this summer we will be planting a new small "forest" of indigenous trees.

More information can be found at www.maemutgarden.com

We are now looking for help to enhance our online presence, this is something we are not very good at. The "work" involves getting a feel for the place, exploring and creating a small photo library of the place, with a view to improve/expand our blog and possibly creating a new facebook page. There would also be opportunity to join in any activity already happening, all our work is done with the help of a small crew of local guys from the area, so we are not really looking for cheap extra digging manpower, but there is quite a lot of interesting stuff to learn by joining in and a chance to experience thai village life first hand. 

There is accommodation available, see photo below. Contact me at [email protected] for more details if you are interested.

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