The project started with a group of fifteen women in the village who decided to join forces and start growing crops. With their commitment and unity, they have successfully collaborated with every local governmental units and various organizations that work in the area. On top of that, their products are also awarded as GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) from Bor Klua’s Agricultural District Office. There are up to 20 types of vegetables to choose from and all are intentionally made to be affordable. Currently, the village has been setting itself up to be a community enterprise and have become a supplier for many restaurants in Nan city. This establishment has been initiated by the new generations within the community who had opportunities to attend schools, obtain university degrees, and return to their hometown to expand these developments for the community.