Following in our Father’s footsteps at Maejo University

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The King of Agriculture from February 19 – 25

Maejo University is holding an exhibition from February 19 to 25, 2017 to display the many agricultural innovations and support from His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. His Majesty, a great inventor and innovator, spent decades trying to improve the lives of Thai farmers. His Sufficiency Economic theory has been widely praised for support local economies and finding sustainable methods of agriculture.

Governor Pawin Chamniprasart announces the new Following in our Father’s Footsteps; The King of Agriculture event at Mae Jo University on February 19 -25, 2017. On stage is Asst. Prof. Dr. Jamnien Yodraj, President of Maejo University, Prof. Pavin Manochai – Vice President of Maejo University, Pratum Suriya – Representative of local organic agriculture of Maejo University’s project, and Narongchai Phomlee – Representative of Maejo University’s Alumni Association.
Governor Pawin Chamniprasart announces the new Following in our Father’s Footsteps; The King of Agriculture event at Mae Jo University on February 19 -25, 2017. On stage is Asst. Prof. Dr. Jamnien Yodraj, President of Maejo University, Prof. Pavin Manochai – Vice President of Maejo University, Pratum Suriya – Representative of local organic agriculture of Maejo University’s project, and Narongchai Phomlee – Representative of Maejo University’s Alumni Association.

The event will have forums and several training sessions as well as exhibitions on His Majesty’s works. There will also be many products on sale at Kad Maejo 2477 including agricultural materials, plants, seeds, fresh produce and meats, and more. There will also be a show on The King of Agriculture that discusses His Majesty’s work on water sources and sustainable careers for agriculturalists. Mae Jo University has dedicated to furthering this and educating future generations on sustainable water sources, agriculture and the sufficiency economy.