About Us

Along with coffee, Biloba Organic Farm has different citrus fruits, Guava, Hibiscus, Nepal hug plum, Mulberry, Almond, Sichuan pepper, black Cardamom, herbs and spices, and native and non-native trees.

It is important to note that none of Biloba’s farm team have formal education in farming. Furthertheless, we have a strong dedication and have built-up experience through the years. We are experimenting in many ways, balancing how various plants and trees can grow and thrive together. And we would love to have motivated people joining us and bringing knowledge and energy to achieve our mission.

Biloba Organic provides a friendly environment to contribute, learn and research permaculture. We have met volunteers from countries including Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, England, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherland, Norway, Pakistan, Palestine, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Mexico, USA, and Venezuela.

Biloba Organic Farm is a place for inspiration, sharing knowledge, learning, and research. A place to immerse in traditional Nepali village life, being able to experience incredible travel experiences in rural Nepal, including village visits, mountain hikes, Buddhist and Hindu cultural sites and festivals, and surreal views of the Himalayas.

Visit from school Eco club October 17 2022


Biloba organic was founded in 2014. In the first year, the project planted an orchard in Katikke village, 2300 meters above sea level (Katikke Village is located about 10 km uphill from today’s farm). After the 2015 earthquake, we lost a lot of the plantation due to difficulties with maintenance. Even though we were able to replant. Today about 80 almonds, apples, and pears and 100 kiwi trees is growing there.

The same year Biloba founded a nursery and farm with a local farmer near Nawalpur on 1600 m. The devastating 2015 earthquake made us focus on building and rebuilding in the years to come. During the years in Nawalpur, we have planted and distributed about 500,000 black cardamom plants, 80,000 coffee seedlings, and several other species, such as citrus and new fruit trees. We made connections with young farmers from different parts of Nepal and hosted a farmers summit in 2018. The SPARK project was initiated by Judith Conant Chase.
Those years taught us a bit about what works and what does not, and we have been learning by trying and failing.

Biloba Organic Farm located to Kainjale village in 2019 and have since focused entirely on the land here. The land was bought by Biloba organic in 2017 when the former owner emigrated to Kathmandu. We have put in a lot of work to build the house and other infrastructure, planted around 2000 trees in the land.