KFBG began adopting sustainable agriculture practices in 1995. Our two-decade long experience of converting from conventional farming to sustainable farming, and our sustainable food production demonstration models are an important resource for food production, urban agricultural research and education for the region.
Mainstreaming urban agriculture will be critical for feeding our population of seven million in Hong Kong in the years to come and will also help to address many urban challenges such as food waste, the generation gap, and lack of recreational space and a community sense of belonging. Shortage of space and environmental constraints can be challenging but it is always possible to grow some of our own food. Through the provision of re-skilling courses and farming displays we enable people to reconnect their souls to the soil in order to help society to prepare for an uncertain future.