We have initiated urban-farming in Samdrup Jongkhar Thromde areas to support low-income groups produce vegetables by supplying local seeds, organic compost, and necessary training.

As of now, 150 households have been roped into the initiative. We have provided 10 metric tones of compost and 50 kgs of local seeds including supply from the Dzongkhag.

For those who don’t have space, we will further support with 1,000 ready-made chilli saplings in plastic waste Jar/Jerry Can/banana bark bags replacing plastic bags.

This project is implemented in collaboration with the Dzongkhag Agriculture Sector and other relevant stakeholders.

Thank you #BhutanFoundation for supporting this project.

Samdrup Jongkhar Dzongkhag Agriculture Officers conducting training on nursery raising.              

Lead Farmers from Dewathang conducting training on basic vegetable cultivation including liquid manure preparation.








Local Seeds

Preparing new vegetable garden.







Eco-friendly: Breaking the trend of using plastic bags for nursery raising with banana bark bags.

Adding compost to enhance productio








Supply of Compost

Pet bottle