We have recently opened to the public and many projects are in the pipeline, here are some:
Mist House Construction (300 sq. m) (will open in 2017)
This will feature delicate plants such as orchids, ferns, and carnivorous species in a specially designed enclosed environment. By bringing these unique species together we will provide a chance for people to learn about the threats facing them in their natural homes while they enjoy the beautiful display.
Designed by our landscaper Khamphart Thongchan our Mist House is awaiting funding to start the construction. Help build the Pha Tad Ke of the future and sponsor a building. For more information on our sponsorship program click here.
Organic & Educational Garden Installation (will open in 2017)
We are designing this garden to share our knowledge of organic gardening and growing food crops. It will feature several crop rotation beds, important starch plants, herbs, compost and livestock. This area will be used to share Pha Tad Ke’s knowledge with a range of ages.
Designed in collaboration with IDEP Foundation (Bali) our Perma Culture Farm is awaiting funding to start the construction. Help build the Pha Tad Ke of the future and sponsor a building. For more information on our sponsorship program click here.
Training courses (thanks to Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund (CEPF) funding)
We are providing three different training courses free of charge to Luang Prabang locals. These are taught by our expert staff and will continue until 31st January 2017. Many more training’s in various subject matters are in preparation.
Ex-situ conservation of Dipterocarp trees
We are in the early stages of realising a project to conserve endangered Dipterocarp trees by maintaining a living collection of these special plants. Watch this space for further developments…