The farming approach for generations beyond


 Greener Lyfe Farm is a bold attempt towards creation of an agricultural eco-system around the Bhutanese farming culture.

Base One is a 3.6-acre experimental farm at Paro with the whole focus not only on growing vegetables and crops but also a ground of experimentation of exploring innovative ideas to help create a more resilient modern farm, resilient from the changing economies, the changes climate and the needs of the market. Modernization has failed to give us the contentment and connection with nature; so we built a farm that provides products and services to enable a healthier experience of Lyfe.

The phrase “farming 2.0” is what we would like to call for the new ways of thinking about how we perceive our farms and what can be achieved on our farms across our nation. Every product we raise or services we function are designed in a way that tends to our modern needs while also sustainable for the environment and healthy to our body and mind.

Greener Lyfe Farm was formed for farming beyond crops and with the hope of redefining our traditional farms. 

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Awesome Facilities

Collaborating Agencies

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How your food is grown can have a major impact on your health as well as the environment.

2030 Goal

1. Creating Positive Cashflow

2. Reinvesting in Tech

3. Creating Greener Lyfe Eco system

4. Reinvesting in the eco system

Why It Matters?

We believe that to create a truly successful resilient modern farm, we should not only focus on how can we try to improve yield of the crops or build better fences but also creation of a new farming culture that will help attract young talents that can help code applications that can help improve productivity, designers that can design beautiful landscapes and houses on our beautiful mountain valleys and creation of new innovative business models just to name some of the possibility on a remote farm somewhere after creation of a fun environment while creating tertiary job opportunities on our remote farms.