The Spiral Farm House in Nepal

The Spiral Farm House is a biodynamic farm and teaching center in southern Nepal.

The Terai plains in Southern Nepal are home to the Tharu indigenous people and are sometimes called “the grain house of Nepal.” Many of the Tharu people are small-plot farmers, but their traditional ways of living and farming have been made increasingly difficult through climate change and a harsher economic environment, with the government pushing the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The Spiral Farm House practices and promotes biodynamics in tandem with local, traditional agricultural techniques. Driven by the demand for more organic and biodynamic crops, their outreach has grown substantially in recent years; what started as a group of eight farms in 2019 expanded into a community of 70 by the end of 2022 and is still growing.

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