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Meet Our Team – Pang

Pang grew up in a farming community in Karen State, Burma. Fifteen years ago, seeking security away from the ongoing conflict in Burma, his family settled […]

How Farming in Thailand Embodies the Gospel

So what does farming have to do with the gospel?  Farming is food and the gospel has to do with going to heaven, right?  To be […]

Winter Farm Update

by Michael McMahon, Charis Teaching Farm Manager & Researcher The Charis Teaching Farm has been in transition with staff changing over, new projects and the dry […]
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Restoration Agriculture as Seen Through a Rice Harvest

Rather than just give money to people, we give them the opportunity to do valuable work, learn more about our natural farming processes and be paid justly for their efforts. What we strive to do is affirm their humanity and, if lost, restore their dignity.

Gaining Ground

We are literally winning a war on weeds with a couple of boards with nails in them. It saves both time and money. The ideas are so simple. But these are the kinds of ideas we are looking for: simple, replicable, and affordable.
Just waiting for rice plants.

Ready to Plant

Work on the Charis Farm continues. Our primary obsession in the past month or two has been to prepare the soil at the farm
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Welcome to the Charis Teaching Farm

Rather than teach business and accounting in a classroom, this farm is our hands on business school.
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