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Why young professionals are taking up farming in Thailand
by Prisana Kongwong, Khaosod (a news outlet in Thailand)
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2 July 2018
On 2 July 2018 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
In Thailand, dozens of young men and women are turning their backs on big city life and returning to the countryside to build a new life through agriculture. They are in good hands: A grass-roots network of experienced farmers has developed an agricultural community called Dare to Return that helps the younger generation establish farms with modern and sustainable methods.
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... Aside from owning and running the Innkham Homestay and producing organic chrysanthemums and strawberries, Mr. Singkharaj organizes one of the Dare to Return networks of new-generation farmers. He also helps care for orange and lychee orchards on several acres of family-owned land in Chiang Mai.
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