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Lat Bua Luang District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya , TH
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Baan Thonglaanglai
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Rural, Residential, School Projects

Project Summary

Year 2016 was very drought and I was working on my rice research. The work on surveying cost and return of growing, milling and processing rice products gave me a chance to learn on socio-economic impact of climate change on rice farming in central plain region and north-east region of Thailand. Although I am keen on the downstream processing of rice products, I would like to do something more with the community I began to have some connection with. I have started working as a farmer and am very interested in permaculture to learn how smallholder farmer resilience to a changing climate could be strengthened. Most of infrastructure at Baanthonglaanglai site is in place in 2018. The details and progress of the project will be updated at https://baanthonglaanglai.wordpress.com/ monthly I would hope.

Project Description

Farmers' resilience to climate changes for nutrition security


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