Hundreds of volunteers from Mae Tang district, Chiang Mai, joined forces with Lisu Lodge to plant trees during the annual Himmapan Planting Day on July 11.
Thomas Bohlander & Paul Chiu, our founding members, visited the Foundation on 29th of December, 2013. (In the middle) Mr Rachet, Himmapaan Project Manager
Mae Taeng Forest Restoration Project Mae Taeng Forest Restoration Project is the first project of the Himmapaan Foundation. Under this project, we will restore degraded forests in parts of Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand. Himmapaan plans to reforest areas in Mae Taeng District. These areas are popular tourist sites famous for scenic landscapes and such […]
We have got new photos of the trees we planted 3 years ago at one of our reforestation sites. We would like to show you how much they have grown since then. It is a good start for the right direction. It also shows how we can make a difference.
The Himmapaan reforestation project has since 2008 expanded its planting areas from 2000 square meters to 12,400 square meters in 2011.
Gebeco and Travel Indochina donated 7,000 USD to support the Mae Tang Forest Restoration Project in Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Mai.
A charity auction raised funds for the Himmapaan Foundation during the Web In Travel (WIT) Conference. The event was a part of ITB Asia, Asia’s biggest travel trade fair, which was held in Singapore recently.
THE Mae Taeng Forest Restoration Project is right up the alley of tourists seeking to make Thailand greener and the world cleaner.