Appropriate cash crop and agricultural technology derived from research have been introduced to the 
hilltribe people and to surrounding lowlanders, upon the realization that successful application requires equitable 
allotment as well as guidance.
The hilltribe people have been motivatd to thrive without destroying the forests.  A stable income for them is 
being maintained form fruit trees, other cash crops and livestock.  At the same time stabilizing efforts have been 
made to discourage their migratory propensities.
At present the Royal Project administers 28 extention stations situated in Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Mae 
Hong Son.  Lamphun, Phayao and Nan provinces.  Some 274 villages are covered comprising of 10,695 families or 
53,589 people.

 

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