The Textile Museum of Bhutan with funding support from Getty Conservation Institute and Friend’s of Bhutan’s Culture, USA conducted a Textile Conservation Training Program led by Ms. Julia Brennan in 2005. The project’s primary goal was the augmentation of the storage facility into a protective environment by creating microclimates for the long-term preservation of textiles. A low cost but effective system was required to address the serious concerns of the museum where climate control and long-term preservation has always posed a challenge. The development of the anoxic storage system addressed this goal by simply isolating the textiles into anoxic (without oxygen) microenvironments. The anoxic storage system used in Bhutan is an adaptation of a highly developed low-tech system that addressed the concerns of the Textile Museum.