The Bhutan Glory project or the 'Altruistic Collaboration' as we've come to refer to it, is a team up between Green Bodhi and Davis Farms of Oregon to raise money for His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama's Library and Museum(DLLM). Coming together as fellow breeders in Oregon to create and offer a special variety of USDA compliant feminized hemp seed that 100% of the proceeds will go to the DLLM. Not only does this support a charitable cause but planting hemp is for many reasons, environmentally a step in the right direction for the world.
The Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies in Ithaca, New York has been chosen as the official site of the cultural center and will serve as the central repository for the collected works of all the Dalai Lama of Tibet.
The library and museum will contain the writings, teachings, and artifacts of all fourteen Dalai Lamas, referring to the fourteen monks who have served as the spiritual leaders of Tibetan Buddhism for centuries. The library will stand to protect the legacy of the Dalai Lama and all that he represents to many millions of people throughout the world. DLLM's primary mission is as a learning center for scholars and practitioners of all faiths and disciplines. Additionally, the center will provide housing for Buddhist students and monks in conjunction with the Mind-Life Institute(MLI).
The MLI was founded by the current Dali Lama and it's mission is to bring together scientists, philosophers, educators, and practitioners from around the world, to explore the relationships between Buddhism and modern science, but particularly of the mind and consciousness. This is of great importance to those scholars who specialize in the study of Tibet and Buddhism. The DLLM is committed to the promotion of human values, religious harmony and understanding among the world’s major religious traditions. Working to preserve Tibet’s Buddhist Culture, which is a culture of peace and non-violence and to protect the environment and planet as a whole.