Sherpur is 35 km from Jamalpur. We next took a tiny route through the Sal-Gajari forest to Banorani. It turned out to be an unfinished resort, with only two stories finished.
News on our Tea Cultivation initiative in Bangladesh’s Central North, on the border with India’s Meghalaya State.
Tea cultivation has gained popularity in recent years thanks to the Bangladesh Tea Board. Planning has been filed for tea cultivation in Sherpur, Greater Mymensingh, and Muktagacha.
The Garo Hills Tea Company is owned by Md Amzad Hossain. Originally from the textile industry, he came to this area 16-17 years ago to buy mountainous terrain. Amzad was born in Habiganj, the son of a former forest official. Sagar Sabbir is also from the same area.
A total of 27,000 enhanced tea saplings have been delivered to local farmers for commercial tea cultivation, according to Amjad Hossain Phoenix, managing director of Garo Hills Tea Company.
The tea firm started in 2018 on land donated by local Bangali and Garo people. Currently, the company oversees 19 tiny tea gardens.