• Gov. Reg. 234567890
  • Pan:- 67890-890
  • Sankharapur- 6, Kathmandu, Nepal
  • + 977 9801170657
  • info@hafn.org

Agriculture Volunteer



The Himalayan Alpine Herbal and Agriculture Farm has the agriculture volunteer offer for interested scholars, researchers, travelers and interested individual to participate and accommodate in one of this its farm located in the distant villages of Nepal. The agriculture volunteer program is a kind of ago-cultural exchange session where a foreign agro-students and agro-professional take part where they share their skill as well as learn the traditional and organic farming skills of Nepal. The agriculture volunteer can be a teacher and can be a student at the same time. The agriculture volunteer will live in the farm and experience the farming activities themselves. Then they suggest about any enhancements that they can make on the current system and also learn any new techniques in the farming.

The Himalayan Alpine Herbal and Agriculture Farm is located in distant villages of Nepal having animals, fruits, herbs, vegetable farm. The volunteers could select their desired sector of farming whether it is animal farming or land farming and participate on the current farm. The volunteer can learn the basics of farming during their stay and work in the farm like a regular farmer. The learning volunteer can participate in regular farming works like fertilizing the land, plowing, harvesting e.t.c. The volunteers can plan and run their project on unused farming lands of Himalayan Alpine Herbal and Agriculture Farm.

The Himalayan Alpine Herbal and Agriculture Farm also provide internship for agriculture volunteer who will take part in organic farming lands of the company. The volunteer will work along with the local farmers and implement the organic agricultural practices used during the farming. The Himalayan Alpine Herbal and Agriculture Farm have the vacancy open for all types of agricultural researchers and agricultural volunteers around the world to participate in its organic farms.





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