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OurLand exists to conserve and expand wild spaces while ensuring human-wildlife coexistence
OurLand began as an escape, a retreat into nature. It turned into a vision for a future where people can live in harmony with nature. We work to blend a technologically advanced lifestyle with respect for the wild spaces that cradle biodiversity.
OurLand's name holds a special meaning, representing that the world is shared by all beings and recognizes a duty to preserve this land for all of us. 

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Mission and Vision

Our Three Pillars

Ourland works to protect and reestablish wildlife corridors while developing sustainable techniques and systems for living in harmony with nature.  

We envision a world where wild spaces are thriving, expanding, and cherished for the sustained benefit of people and wildlife. 


OurLand is located at the southern tip of the Western Forest Complex, one of the largest contiguous forests in SouthEast Asia. We currently protect 26 Rai of a strategic wildlife corridor adjacent to Salakphra Wildlife Sanctuary, protecting the path to an access point on the River Kwae often frequented by wild elephants and other creatures.


Learn more about the corridor and our conservation strategy


Our conservation efforts are bolstered by our ecovillage, where we test drive sustainable techniques and technologies that encourage integration with and regeneration of our natural world. We seek replicability in our designs and use locally available materials when at all possible. 

Learn more about our projects and what we do. 


Our ecovillage also functions as an education center. We take student groups, members of the local community, and engaged tourists through our reserve, ecovillage, and local conservation projects. We also facilitate a connection with the natural world through new-normal online courses. 

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"Sooner or later, we will have to recognize that the Earth has rights, too, to live without pollution. What mankind must know is that human beings cannot live without Mother Earth, but the planet can live without humans."

Evo Morales

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