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June 10, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

Travel Experience

Learn cotton-weaving from the ground up. See and try the process from cotton farm to textile as you will visit Folkcharm’s producing partner 600 kilometres from Bangkok to see and try out the entire hand-process of natural chemical-free cotton farming, weaving and botanical dyeing. You will get to taste fresh flavours of unique local cuisines cooked from 100% locally sourced organic herbs, home raised chickens and fish. Experience the local farmer life, travelling on the unique-to-region locally designed motored buckboard to savour the mountain top view of Loei’s sea of mountains.

Responsibility

By partnering with local farmers, the organization hopes to build a culture of ethical consumers and show younger generations that it’s art form worth conserving, as well as an activity that generates sufficient income right in their villages, not necessitating the country’s rural youth to leave their families to work.

Business Case

The capacity is not to develop the communities but working together and seeking a mutual interest providing a fair and transparent cost structure and opportunities to be exposed to a larger market and uncover their fullest potential, while premiums from sales become incentives at their leverage points of development.

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Learn cotton-weaving from the ground up. See and try the process from cotton farm to textile as you will visit Folkcharm’s producing partner 600 kilometres from Bangkok to see and try out the entire hand-process of natural chemical-free cotton farming, weaving and botanical dyeing. You will get to taste fresh flavours of unique local cuisines cooked from 100% locally sourced organic herbs, home raised chickens and fish. Experience the local farmer life, travelling on the unique-to-region locally designed motored buckboard to savour the mountain top view of Loei’s sea of mountains.

By partnering with local farmers, the organization hopes to build a culture of ethical consumers and show younger generations that it’s art form worth conserving, as well as an activity that generates sufficient income right in their villages, not necessitating the country’s rural youth to leave their families to work.

The capacity is not to develop the communities but working together and seeking a mutual interest providing a fair and transparent cost structure and opportunities to be exposed to a larger market and uncover their fullest potential, while premiums from sales become incentives at their leverage points of development.

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