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November 5, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

Travel Experience

THE LIVING LAND PROJECT was formed in 2005 by a group of local families who combined their land into the LIVING LAND FARM. We offer the “Rice Experience” on our farm to small groups of guests who would like to learn more about the cultivation of rice and participate in some of the activities which involve the planting and harvesting of rice and various traditional farm activities on our busy farm. Video credit: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2EenZ5XNqMbr07EC_GjvcA

Responsibility

THE LIVING LAND FARM supports a wide range of community projects, from helping with village improvements to running English language classes for local children.

Business Case

The local Community Enterprise was founded in 2005 by a group of locals who wanted to make better use of their land, share it and the work with others and establish an organic vegetable garden. THE LIVING LAND FARM started to grow organic vegetables, recognising that there were better alternatives to the destructive use of the land with pesticides, herbicides and chemicals as well as to supply the hotels and restaurants in Luang Prabang with our organic salads, herbs and vegetables. The project also supports children from poor families with their education and medical needs.

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THE LIVING LAND PROJECT was formed in 2005 by a group of local families who combined their land into the LIVING LAND FARM. We offer the “Rice Experience” on our farm to small groups of guests who would like to learn more about the cultivation of rice and participate in some of the activities which involve the planting and harvesting of rice and various traditional farm activities on our busy farm. Video credit: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2EenZ5XNqMbr07EC_GjvcA

THE LIVING LAND FARM supports a wide range of community projects, from helping with village improvements to running English language classes for local children.

The local Community Enterprise was founded in 2005 by a group of locals who wanted to make better use of their land, share it and the work with others and establish an organic vegetable garden. THE LIVING LAND FARM started to grow organic vegetables, recognising that there were better alternatives to the destructive use of the land with pesticides, herbicides and chemicals as well as to supply the hotels and restaurants in Luang Prabang with our organic salads, herbs and vegetables. The project also supports children from poor families with their education and medical needs.

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