When the seasons change at New Life our gardens respond with new varieties of fruits and vegetables. The massive and intricate flowers of our dragon fruit trees have just begun to blossom and our rose […]
The unique therapeutic mindfulness program we offer at New Life is designed to provide you with a wide variety of tools to cultivate inner growth. Our supportive community provides the best possible environment for healing […]
I remember my mother always reminding me “Don’t play in the mud.” At New Life, mud takes on a whole new meaning and begins with “Please, Play in the Mud!” The mudbricks team begins its […]
Slowly walking back from Forest Hall after morning meditation, the sun peaks over the horizon, signaling another day risen. Crickets speak, geckos talk, birds sing amidst the noble silence observed. Morning mist floats over the […]
We’ve been working on attracting local wildlife to the foundation by planting lots of trees, nurturing the surrounding environment, and setting up owl boxes built by our residents and volunteers. Now, a new family of owls has made New Life its home. Mama owl is watching closely over 6 little eggs and we are excited to welcome them to the foundation.
We now have our a bakery and cheese station finished. One step closer to having a completely functioning Self-Sustainable farm! Our Thai staff have worked day in and day out to build the perfect bakery and cheese station for our needs. While they have worked extremely hard, none of this would be possible without the help of Long Term Volunteer, Serge and his family.
December is the ‘Month of Sustainable Eating’ at New Life, when we will subsist ONLY on what we can grow on our farm. In preparation, we’ve started off by planting tons of rice, beans, potatoes, pumpkins. Stay tuned for more updates.
This blog post is part of our new ‘Volunteer Projects in Thailand’ series, in which we showcase the projects that our enthusiastic volunteers do here at the Foundation. We hope you enjoy getting to know these guys and their amazing work.