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Himalayan Farm Project
Himalayan Farm Project
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Himalayan Farm Project, Nearest small town - Jeolikot, Uttarakhand, IN
Farm Center +918881285052 and 9412085542
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

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Himalayan Farm Project

Project Type

Rural, Residential, Intentional Communities, Demonstration, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

The Himalayan Farm Project wants to create a sustainable organic farm and to introduce a growing number of people to sustainable, low impact living. “The earth does not belong to men; men belong to the earth.” ~ Sri Aurobindo * Check out our brand new website * Join The Himalayan Farm Project on Facebook (click here) * Read my latest blog (click here) * Discover our work with the Bhagirath Pande Charitable Trust (click here) * Take the time to explore the great work of our partner KORAKOR (click here)

Project Description

The Himalayan Farm Project is an organic natural sustainable, permaculture  farm in the lower Himalayan mountains of Uttarakhand in India. We are a 50 minutes hike from the main road and completely off grid. We are adjacent to a reserve forest and our regular visitors are spooted deer, barking deer, wild boar, a whole host of Himalayan birds and the occasional leopard (Pathera Pardus).

Right now we are in the process of planning & setting up a low impact building on the land for our volunteers and our visitors. We are exploring mudbricks and bamboo structures. Because we are completely off grid we are also looking into solar and wind to harness power for the farm. 

Please Check out our brand new website, which has most of the information including for volunteers. You are welcome to contact us on Email ID - [email protected]. Yopu may like to join us on face book too.




The Himalayan Farm Project

The sustainable, permaculture organic agriculture cum horticulture farm has opened door to volunteers from September 2011

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