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PAC – Permaponics Application Course

Welcome to the Rak Tamachat Permaponics Application Course (PAC)   The Rak Tamachat Education Team has worked hard to design our Permaponics Applications Course (PAC) to bring together all the “Key Disciplines” of Permaponincs under one...

We Are Growing Fish!

At Rak Tamachat Permaculture Education Center, Thailand, the aquaculture program is up and running.  We have many ponds that are excellent for growing fish and demonstrating various methods of fish cultivation.  In February, we stocked 4,000 fry-size (5cm) clarias...

Brendan Cote1

Brendan Cote Permaculture Practitioner/Instructor From: Bloomfield, New Jersey, USA Arrived: January 1, 2013 Departed: I have been a science teacher in the United States for ten years in a variety of settings from living and teaching in a San Diego, California state...

Integration Inspiration

The Journey of a Permaculture Community in Thailand’s, Effort at Integration with the Local Community Rak Tamachat has been going for 11 months now, and many amazing events and projects have transpired during that time.  Even right now we are hosting our third...

Growing Worms!

Rak Tamachat Permaculture Education Center in Thailand Did you know that worms can eat ½ of their body weight every day and convert organic material in one of the best amendments available: worm castings? Furthermore, while digging and devouring the soil they...

Compost Toilet Stall 2

It is Time… Finally! The compost toilet was the first major project we started at Rak Tamachat.  What have we learned from it thus far?  Well, many things of course, but most importantly finish what you start!  This blog is being written on Nov 2, 2012 about...