Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program

Educating individuals and communities to raise environmental awareness and take active responsibilit

The Barge Program is part of the Traidhos Three-Generation Community for Learning in Chiang Mai. We have been working with students since 1995 in the field of environmental education and more recently education for sustainable development. The Barge Program was set up by ML Tridosyuth Devakul and provides high quality education programs exploring the connection between culture, history and environ


Life in the tidal pools


Inspired by nature
Watercolor interpretation of a morning at Khao Kitchikut



17 June: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought
World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, observed on June 17th, highlights the urgent need to address land degradation, desertification, and drought. 🌵 It emphasizes sustainable land management practices, reforestation, and water conservation efforts to mitigate these challenges. By protecting ecosystems and promoting resilience, we can ensure food security, combat climate change, and safeguard livelihoods. 🌍💧


16th June- World Sea Turtle Day
🐢Did you know six out of eight marine turtle species are on the verge of extinction? Well today is world sea turtle day – a day to celebrate and promote awareness about protecting these beauties. But why are there numbers declining? Natural predators, climate change, destruction of marine habitats, plastic pollution and many other human impacts are to blame. As sea turtles are a keystone species, which means other species in their ecosystem largely depend on them, it's important we protect them. 🐢
How can you help:
· Ditch the plastics, for reusables and recycle!
· Check where your seafood comes from, is it responsibly sourced?.
· Participate in beach cleanups
· Use oxybenzone free sunscreen, which is toxic to marine life.


15 June: World Wind Day
Happy World Wind Day from Barge! Today’s annual event celebrates the power and importance of wind energy in our lives. It's a day to raise awareness about the benefits of wind power for renewable energy production and sustainable development. 🌍💨 Let's celebrate the wind's endless potential to create a cleaner, greener future! 🎉🍃


Congratulations to our two recently qualified life guards .

Traidhos Barge Program, an environmental education program based in Bangkok, works to BS8848, so on-going staff training is important for the trust schools place in our trips.


Coral Triangle Day 🐠🌊 is an annual celebration dedicated to raising awareness about the ecologically rich Coral Triangle 🏝️. Stretching across six countries in the Pacific 🌏, this biodiversity hotspot is home to vibrant coral reefs and a plethora of marine life 🐢🐬. Let's join hands to protect and preserve this underwater treasure for future generations! 🌟 🐠🌏


World Ocean Day
🌊 Dive deep with Traidhos Three-generation Barge Program as we celebrate ! 🐠 Let's make waves in ocean conservation by pledging to reduce plastic pollution, safeguard marine habitats, and promote sustainable practices. Together, we can ensure our oceans remain vibrant and teeming with life for generations to come. 💙🌏 "


5 June: UN International Day for the Fight Against Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing
🐟 On UN International Day for the Fight Against Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing, Traidhos Three-generation Barge Program stands firm against threats to our oceans' health. 🌊 Let's cast a net of awareness to combat overfishing and protect marine biodiversity. Together, we can reel in sustainable solutions for thriving oceans and coastal communities. 🌏💙 "


Barge Program had a great morning celebrating World Environment Day with Thepakorn School, Bang Phlad.


🌿 This , Traidhos Three-generation Barge Program invites you to join our mission in fostering sustainability and preserving our planet's natural beauty. From reducing plastic waste to embracing renewable energy, let's take meaningful steps towards a greener future. Together, as , we can make a difference for generations to come. 🌍💚


🔎Myth: Corals are plants🔎

Ever wondered what a coral actually is? A coral is actually a colony of animals- not a plant. Where by definition an animal is a living organism that feeds on organic matter. Corals eat tiny particles of decaying organic matter. In fact, some species actually eat small fish. 🪸

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 28/05/2024

Forest shapes and colours after the rain.


🔎Myth: All snakes are venomous🔎

There are almost 3,971 known snake species in the world, 600 of these are venomous and 200 of these are actually fatal to humans. So, most snakes aren’t venomous, in fact snakes play an important role in our ecosystems as they control rodent populations and maintain an ecosystem balance. Even if you came across a venomous snake it’s unlikely they would attack unprovoked, but it’s safe to say you should probably give these scale-y specimens some space. But they’re definitely not the dangerous creatures we often see them portrayed as.🐍

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 24/05/2024

A good day investigating a mangrove habitat.


World Turtle Day
🐢💖 Happy 🌍💚 Today, let's take a moment to appreciate our amazing turtle friends and the challenges they face. Did you know that plastic bags can be mistaken for jellyfish by turtles, putting them in danger? Let's all do our part to reduce plastic pollution and ensure a safe environment for our beloved turtles! 🌊💙


UN International Day for Biological Diversity/ World Biodiversity Day.
Happy UN International Day for Biological Diversity! Today, we are celebrating the kaleidoscope of life with the Traidhos Three Generation Barge Program. 🌿 Join us as we explore the wonderful tapestry of ecosystems and appreciate the incredible diversity of plants and animals that make our planet thrive. 🌍💚 Let's honour nature together!


21 May is International Tea Day.
Cheers to a fantastic International Tea Day from all of us at Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program! 🍵💚 Today we celebrate the cultural heritage, health benefits and economic importance of tea. 🍃🍵🌏

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 20/05/2024

World Bee Day is on the 20 May each year, to draw attention to the essential role bees and other pollinators play in keeping people and the planet healthy. It offers an opportunity for governments, organizations, civil society and concerned citizens everywhere to promote actions that will protect and enhance pollinators and their habitats, improve their abundance and diversity, and support the sustainable development of beekeeping.

If you would like to find out more please follow the link below to the official UN website.

Advancing Justice - Endangered Species Coalition 19/05/2024

Every year on the third Friday in May, thousands of people around the world participate in Endangered Species Day by celebrating, learning about, and taking action to protect threatened and endangered species. This global day of action and celebration was created and founded by David Robinson and the Endangered Species Coalition in 2006, and has continued ever since.

If you would like to find out more, please follow this link to the official website.

Advancing Justice - Endangered Species Coalition Support grassroots organizing to defend endangered species. The Endangered Species Coalition works through grassroots organizing and mobilizing to keep wildlife and wild places protected.


Endangered – when a species is seriously at risk of extinction. For a species to be listed as endangered its population has to have declined by 50 to 70 percent in the past 10 years. Recent IUCN red list figures show that almost 18,000 species globally are listed as endangered. Hawksbill turtles, Gibbons, Asian elephants, Asian Giant Softshell Turtles, Wild water buffalos are some species you might recognize that live in Thailand, but did you know they are at risk of becoming extinct? Habitat destruction, species exploitation and invasive species are leading causes for extinction, a key way to combat this is human awareness. Check out these resources to find out more.


As the new school year started in Thailand, the Barge team donated some books to a local school.

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 09/05/2024

World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats. It has a global outreach and is an effective tool to help raise global awareness of the threats faced by migratory birds, their ecological importance, and the need for international cooperation to conserve them.

If you are interested in learning more, please follow the link below to the official website

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 05/05/2024

The current hot weather reminds everyone of the importance of water in our communities . Students took action in a local community to create gabions that will be used to create small forest check dams .

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 04/05/2024

In Chiang Mai, The “flow of Language - the language of water “ group have been exploring the issues of dams. This included visiting the pump room, meeting people displaced by a dam, and enjoying the recreational benefits that a dam may afford .

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 03/05/2024

Trying to understand more about human impacts on water sources, took students to different sites along the Mae Rim River to test for different factors and to create a biological water index.


Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 01/05/2024

UN world tuna day was founded on the second of May 2017. The day is used to bring awareness to sustainable fishing practices and maintaining - improving the Tuna populations.

If you would like to learn more about this, please follow the link. #:~:text=Industry%20groups%20observe%20May%202,conserving%20the%20world's%20tuna%20population.

Photos from Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program's post 29/04/2024

Becoming aware of different scents and smells gives a new depth of experience when exploring the natural world.

ต้องการให้ธุรกิจของคุณ ธุรกิจ ขึ้นเป็นอันดับหนึ่ง องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร ใน Bangkok?

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Life in the tidal pools#jellyfish
Freshwater jellyfish turned up in our water samples from the Chao Phraya River infront of Wat BangNa Nok. Have a look ! ...
Super excitement on a Khao Yai trip this week when we spotted this family .
Take a sneak peak into our recent trip to Suphanburi with @australianisb 🌿 We explored traditional Thai ways of living a...
Everyday elaborate and beautiful pots are hand crafted on the artificial island of Ko Kret, rich in its history, culture...
Our history hunters had a great time investigating how traditional swords are fashioned and imagining the role they play...
This week the Barge team joins our sister branch, Traidhos Camp in Chiang Mai. This can crusher experiment will make you...
Miss the time of exploring and learning about #forests ?Email or DM us for more information :)
Happy World Turtle Day 🐢 Sea turtles are a much-loved reptile species and in Thailand there are 7 species; the leatherba...
Viewing the mangrove trees from water level 💦 Mangroves are the trees of the sea. They have special adaptations allowing...





Bangkok River Marina, Charansanitwong, Bangplad


จันทร์ 08:30 - 17:00
อังคาร 08:30 - 17:00
พุธ 08:30 - 17:00
พฤหัสบดี 08:30 - 17:00
ศุกร์ 08:30 - 17:00

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77 Nakornsawan Road Wat Sommanat, Pomprap Sattruphai
Bangkok, 10100

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มาเรียนรู้วิธีการรักษ์โลกไปด้วยกัน 🌎💙 Let’s learn how to save the world together

KMITL Zero Waste KMITL Zero Waste
Bangkok, 10520

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Sustainable Ocean Alliance Thailand - SOA Thailand Sustainable Ocean Alliance Thailand - SOA Thailand

A community of ocean lovers in Thailand, collaborating to share, discuss, and take actions against marine environmental issues. Join us to make the difference!

Now It's Your Turn เริ่ม-เปลี่ยน-อนาคต Now It's Your Turn เริ่ม-เปลี่ยน-อนาคต

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Future Forest Future Forest

My name is Kin (Rattanapong Jennarongsak), I am 15 years old and the founder of this project, based in Thailand, which aims to make a positive environmental change. I also love nat...

Thailand MPAs 30 by 30 Thailand MPAs 30 by 30
Ramkhamhaeng Road
Bangkok, 10240

การสนับสนุนการประกาศเพิ่มพื้นที่คุ้มครองอย่างน้อยร้อยละ 30 ภายในปี ค.ศ. 2030

Tnmsky Tnmsky
Bangkok, 10500

CRU go Green CRU go Green
39/1 Ratchadapisek Road Chandrakasem Chatuchak
Bangkok, 10900


Thailand Business and Biodiversity Network Alliance: B-DNA Thailand Business and Biodiversity Network Alliance: B-DNA
Bangkok, 10110

The Thailand Bio-Diversity Network Alliance (B-DNA) is the country’s first and only national Business and Biodiversity platform.

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Bangkok, 10220


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Bangkok, 10230

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