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Cleaning Our River, Preserving Our Community

In the heart of our community flows a lifeline of nature, a river that sustains not only our livelihoods but also the delicate balance of the ecosystem. At The Farm Som Sanook, we recognize the profound significance of this waterway and our responsibility to protect it for future generations. Join us as we embark on a journey to clean our river, one floating garbage collector at a time, and restore its pristine beauty for the benefit of all.


In our commitment to environmental stewardship, we have implemented a pioneering initiative to clean our river using floating garbage collectors. These ingenious floats, deployed strategically along the water's surface, act as silent sentinels, tirelessly scanning the currents for floating debris. Equipped with nets, they gently capture plastic bottles, bags, and other litter, preventing them from polluting downstream habitats and endangering wildlife.


But our efforts to clean the river extend far beyond mere collection—we believe in the power of recycling to transform waste into opportunity. Once gathered, the floating garbage is sorted and segregated according to material type, being mostly plastics and styrofoam.


The impact of our river cleaning initiative extends beyond the confines of our farm, rippling outward to benefit the entire community and beyond. By removing floating garbage from the river, we not only safeguard the health of aquatic ecosystems but also protect the livelihoods of fishermen, farmers, and families who depend on clean water for their well-being. Moreover, by raising awareness and inspiring action, we empower individuals and organizations to join us in the fight against plastic pollution and environmental degradation.


But perhaps the most profound impact of our river cleaning efforts lies in the restoration of our connection to nature and each other. In conclusion, the floating garbage collectors at The Farm Som Sanook are more than just initiatives - they are symbols of positive future change.



As we gaze upon the sparkling waters, cleansed of pollution and teeming with life, let us remember that the true measure of our success lies not in the quantity of garbage collected but in the quality of our commitment to nature and each other.

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