Korean agro-technologies to be emulated in the country

KARMA CHIMI | Thimphu From fashion to entertainment, Bhutan always had a penchant for Korean culture.…

Indigenous livestock breeds under threat of extinction

National Biodiversity Centre predicts that in the next two to three years the Jituphag pig species…

Churning out a livelihood

Dairy farming brings hope to rural women LHAKPA TSHERING | Thimphu Dairy farming is no child’s…

Elephant menace continues in Sarpang

KARMA CHIMI | Thimphu A herd of elephants are frequenting border villages in Sarpang every night…

The bitter tale of a community-based organization

SANGAY RABTEN Even today, Bhutan does not have a legal framework to govern Community Based Organizations…

Hopes of farmers remains dashed after elephants destroyed paddy

KARMA CHIMI Thimphu The hopes of farmers of Pemathang village in Barshong chiwog, under Serzhong gewog,…

Yak rearing, still a difficult alpine task

The main challenges with yak farming are youth migrating to cities, annual population decline of yaks,…

Empowered female farmers follow the rhythm of woman-friendly machines

As the mini tiller’s engine starts with a revving sound, the machine shudders impatiently and she…

Another hallmark in Bhutan’s conservation efforts

This initiative will prioritize important conservation livelihood difficulties like human-wildlife conflict and water-related issues STAFF REPORTER…

A fiery rural ambition

Metabkha gewog in Chhukha aims for 100 percent biogas production KARMA CHIMIThimphu In its quest to…

Sarpang: The vegetable capital in the making

In 2016, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests banned the import of vegetables such as chillies,…

Centenary Farmer’s Market gets a face lift

STAFF REPORTERThimphu The Centenary Farmers’ Market (CFM) stands as an important landmark of capital Thimphu, and…