We are a small organic farm located in Sheung Shui, near the Hong Kong Golf Club and next to the Agriculture Fisheries Conservation Department (AFCD) Tai Lung Experimental Organic Farm.
Our mission is to help people connect with nature by creating unique experiences through organic farming and by providing them with the freshest, highest quality, seasonal vegetables that are sustainably produced.
Good for you… Clean air, water and soil are key to growing safe and healthy produce. Our farm is surrounded by green, away from any factories or warehouses.
Good for the environment… Our philosophy is that we cannot produce food thats good for you without also looking after the environment. Many of us think of organic as prohibiting the use of chemical pesticides, but it is much more than that. True organic farming means looking after the soil, encouraging biodiversity and growing only what is suitable given the seasonal climate.
Our veggies come straight from our field to your table… simply fresh, delicious and nutritious. Locally grown veggies do not spend days or even weeks in transport. This means they retain more of their nutrients and are harvested when they are ripest and most flavorful.
About us….Fai is a Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) certified horticulturist, has earned an IFOAM Organic Agriculture Inspector certification and has worked on production organic farms in Taiwan. He teaches organic farming workshops for schools and organisations such as PolyU, HKUST, CUHK, HKU, IVE/Thei, HKIS, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, ESF Schools, Canadian International School, Grassroots Pantry, Plantation, The Peak Galleria and many more. Fai is the co-founder of gogreenhongkong.com, Hong Kong’s #1 sustainable living website that has been featured in TVB, RTHK, Mingpao, Oriental Daily and many local magazines.
Previously, he managed multinational Business Process Reengineering (BPR) projects in the technology and finance sectors. He graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto (Economics and Philosophy) and earned a law degree from the University of British Columbia.
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