We host courses, workshops, and groups to come and learn with us in Thai and English on self- reliant living, organic gardening, community living, natural building and natural health throughout the year.

Below is a list of the upcoming courses we have offered in English.  We will add to this as we add more workshops on but these listed are open for registration now.  These are all hosted at our center in northern Thailand in Mae Taeng, just north of Chiang Mai but we do host workshops at other locations as well so make sure to check the location before you register.

For more information on upcoming Thai courses see our Thai website or visit our facebook page at Pun Pun Organic Farm.  For more info on Thai courses, contact to register.

Volunteer positions are also available throughout the year.  For more info, click here.

Please understand that we have had to cancel these two upcoming courses due to covid-19.  We hope to re-schedule them for later in 2020 or early 2021 when we know that it is possible.  We’re sorry for the inconvenience and hope to continue offering courses soon.

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Pun Pun Course Schedule April 2020-January 2021


Get Grounded Course

September 28-October 2, 2020

Hosted at Pun Pun Center in Mae Taeng, North of Chiang Mai

Course is taught in English language

Our Get Grounded course is a chance for people to learn the basic techniques we use on the farm and will give you a taste for how do the different things we practice here. This will include an introduction to gardening, making garden beds and composting, introduction to earthen building with adobe including making bricks and laying them, cooking from the garden, and making some basic natural products.

For more info, click here.

Farm to Table Course

November 20-22, 2020

Hosted at Pun Pun Center in Mae Taeng, North of Chiang Mai

Course is taught in English language

Over the years we’ve been living on the farm and creating menus with the produce we’re able to grow in our climate and area, fruits and vegetables and herbs made into new creations taking into account the season and the abundance of what we can get locally within our ecosystem.  We’ve experimented with new ways to do homemade classics and how to come up with new things we love to eat ourselves.  This course is a sharing of this experience with you in our kitchen.

For more info, click here.