This is a small Hmong village in Northern Thailand, we were a group of 20 people from different country India, Brazil, Nigeria, Peru, Indonesia and Malaysia. We were welcome by the village elders, after a short meeting in the hall. We visited his agro farm, this is why we go there. I was very much impress by the way he is doing. He use one plot of land to cultivate three different crops Big, Medium and Small.
This kind of agro forestry is a kind of good practices as it does not contribute for global warming, they earn their livelihood and practicing sustainable agriculture
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