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Thailand Permaculture and Natural Building Volunteers and Internships

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Location: Thailand
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Hi all,

Our Site in Thailand is called Rak Tamachat which means "love Natural" in Thai. We are a 70+ acre farm just 4 hours northeast of Bangkok. We have quite a few things going on as we transition from conventional Rice and Corn crops to Perennials and perma-gardens. We operate an established education center that supports a small community of Teachers and Facilitators. We have had numerous requests about how to become a teacher or facilitator and what we have discovered is that the more stable applicants start out as volunteers or Interns and work their way up.

Most of the volunteers and Interns stay for just a short time 1-3 months or for the duration of a project they are interested in. There is much to do and learn here, and it is all available to the person who wants to get stuck in and is willing to put forth the effort to accomplish their goals.

Come check us out at www.raktamachat.org

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Rak Tamachat Sunrise over the Sala
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Bungalows by the pond
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Students making compost
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