ASIA- Tea production GIAHS sites
Four sites that combine heritage with future…

Designated by FAO as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems

1
The Pu’er Traditional Tea Agrosystem in China
The world's largest area of tea forest plantations...
One of the origins of the tea trees.

2
The traditional tea-grass system in Shizuoka, Japan…
Uses a farming technique called Chagusaba.
Chagusaba is a guarantee of biodiversity, sustainability and high-quality tea.

3
Fuzhou Jasmine System in China…
More than 2 000 years of tradition and innovation.
This tea industry is the main source of income for local farmers.

4
Traditional Hadong Tea Agrosystem in Korea
A combination of traditional techniques of cultivation and processing methods.
1 200 years of adaptation and history.

GIAHS tea sites preserve nature and culture.

Protecting livelihoods, heritage and ensuring food security.
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