Amalia and Boaz agro-ecotourism Agriculture in Nepal is organic by default. It is one of the least polluted agriculture in the world. Use of chemical fertilizers, insecticides and pesticides is very low. Mostly farmers are using farm yard manure (FYM), compost, cattle urine and botanical insecticides or pesticides for the crop production. Thus there is a big opportunity for the export. For example organic honey, tea and coffee are exported to Japan and getting popular in my areas. There are also increasing numbers of farmers in dairy sector too. Moreover farmers in Nepal cultivate rice, wheat, maize, fingermillet, potato, lentil, ginger, cardamom etc. Also they grow vegetables like tomato, cauliflower, cabbage, radish, cucumber, garlic etc. Few farmers in the southern belt grow some fruits such as mango, banana, pineapple, papaya, litchi sugarcane etc. Also farmers in the north cultivate apple, pear walnut, apricot, almond etc. Thus there are chances of commercialization in agriculture through organic practices. The main goal of the project is commercialization in agriculture by means of sustainable soil and water conservation.