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Phusang Garden
Phusang Garden
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M. 6 Baan Sa T. Thung Kluay A. Phusang, Phayao, Phayao, TH
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical

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Phusang Garden

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Rural, Intentional Communities, Educational

Project Summary

Phusang Garden is based on the principles of permaculture and agroforestry, it is intended to host a small community of like-minded families, with additional space for short term guests and group activities like workshops and kids’ camping adventures.

Project Description

The property is situated at the foothills of a mountain range which separates Laos from Thailand in Phayao province. It comprises roughly 5 acres in a rural setting of predominantly terraced rice fields. It has a high level of water security, with natural ponds and a river running through the property. The common area is planted with indigenous forest trees and contains a large common space, long term accommodation space, a nursery and a large storage building. The rest of the property is allocated to fish ponds, fruit orchards, vegetable plots and a terraced rice field. The intention is to produce enough food for the residents and a surplus for sale, offer free volunteering opportunities and educational activities. We have a strong connection with the local community and plan to invite local schools to run workshops for the children.We have over ten years of hands-on permaculture experience.


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