Remote Farming During a Pandemic

Managing a Tea Garden at 12,000 Kilometers Distance On Monday morning, at 5 am Nishchal Banskota wakes up to begin work. He’s a second-generation tea farmer from Nepal, now running now running Nepal Tea in the US and remotely advising/managing the famous Kanchanjangha Tea Estate. He’s meeting a group of people, including his father, Deepak Prakash Baskota, the 74-yea

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1 thought on “Remote Farming During a Pandemic

  1. Wonderful article. Thank you very much for sharing this. It is good to see how people are taking this pandemic and using it not only to help themselves but also those around them.

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