Sustainable model

July 24, 2019

Sustainable model

The wood used in our kitchen utensils is Teak. It is made by villagers in rural Thailand as part of the OTOP (One Tambon, One Product) program. This particular village project is supported by the Thai Queen, a project to restore skills to villagers, and to use the resources ie the trees in a sustainable and long term manner rather than just chopping them all down by clear felling. 

 






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Repurposed lives

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