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Agricutural Land Reform Office

His Majesty the King and the Land Reform

มีนาคม 12, 2564 | The king and land reform

     His Majesty the King has envisioned that the most crucial aspect in the agricultural extension of the country is an attempt to help farmers upholding cultivated land as much as they could. The Royal Remark has been made in an effort to provide farmers wish permanent farmland by initiating the first Royal Project for land distribution and development at Hubkrapong, Cha-am District, Petchaburi Province, in year 1964. It has been a comprehensive project through integration of the land allocation layout for cropping and livestock raising as well as development of land, water sources and roads. Besides there was also the group organization to promote and develop both on-farm and off-farm occupations. Such activities have strengthened farmers’ groups, being able to help each other, generate sustainable income and having secure dwelling in their land. That was the model in which the government has applied as the concept of the land reform scheme.


        When the Agricultural Land Reform Act B.E. 2518 (1975) was promulgated, H.M. the King had been graciously supported the land reform scheme as a model for people, by giving his private land of 51,967 rai, located in 5 provinces to ALRO. He also granted the Royal Strategy to the executive group, which they have been practicing ever since.