Three days training on orchid propagation, growing and management is undergoing at Non-Wood Forest Products and Agroforestry Technology Sub-Centre Darla. The activity is funded by Resilient Mountain Solutions in Bhutan of ICIMOD. The participants are mostly flower growers, youth, housewives and forestry officials. The participants were trained specifically to grow Cymbidium spp. as the species are now not available in its wild habitat due to extensive collection by the people.The participants are receiving hands-on training and will now be able to grow the orchids in their nursery and homes.