Every 3 days the Ban Noon Savath villagers are employed by us to harvest approximately 5,400 kilos of various grasses and other elephant food to feed our pachyderms. An additional 1,000 kilos of pineapples, bananas and other fruits are also harvested by the Ban Kok Yew Village.
Employment at the park is an essential way we can help our community, and many local village people are employed in different ways at the park.
We Aim To:
Develop a education facility to promote knowledge, understanding and appreciation
for flora and fauna, and promote its conservation
Develop a modern and holistic wildlife sanctuary, care and employment training facility which will rescue, rehabilitate, acquire, exhibit,conserve, release and care for flora and fauna to
then also benefit both the community, the nation and the earth as a whole
Develop a serious, fun and engaging tourism facility that will grow tourism
nationally while leading in education and training to maximise skills and career opportunities
Support and develop conservation and sustainable research projects within and around Southeast Asia
Our conservation projects aim to be the driving force for positive impacts on natural resources, ecosystems and human sustainability for Laos and all ASEAN countries.
We are committed to finding solutions and producing positive outcomes to global issues relating to diminishing natural resources, renewable energy, clean technology, climate change, sustainable food and fibre production, waste management, wildlife medicine, habitat conservation, different degrees of human health, and water quality and quantity.