Be a Friend of Nature │ KFBG Announces Membership Scheme Aimed at Nature Conservation
(Hong Kong – September 10, 2020) Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) is pleased to announce the launch of its annual membership scheme “Be a Friend of Nature,” with opportunities for individual or family applicants to support the organisation’s nature conservation, holistic education and sustainable living programmes in Hong Kong and the region. Members will also enjoy an array of exclusive benefits that enhance their experience at KFBG.
Join Us to Transform Our Planet for the Better
KFBG plays an essential role in harmonising our relationship with the environment. Some important parts of our work are educating children towards a healthy friendship with nature, wild animal rescue and forest restoration.
The scheme comes at a pivotal time when there is growing awareness that the future of humanity is linked to the health of forests and wildlife in the wake of current public health conditions. The public’s subscription to the “Be a Friend of Nature - KFBG Membership Scheme” matters a lot to nature conservation in the region.
By becoming a member of KFBG, a portion of your annual membership fee (HK$200 for individuals or HK$750 for a family up to 4) will go into KFBG’s education and conservation works such as protecting endangered species of plants and animals from extinction; rescuing and healing injured wild animals; developing effective reforestation methodologies for global sharing; conservation programmes across South China and South East Asia; our sustainable living programmes which help people transition towards living a low-carbon lifestyle; and the holistic education programmes that aim to deepen the connection between people and nature.
Members privileges and entitlement
We will offer a full array of exclusive benefits* to members. Throughout the year, members are entitled to enjoy unlimited admission to KFBG, priority bookings and discounts for courses, exclusive events, member prices for Farm Shop purchases. These discounts are also extended to purchase and dining at the Green Hub, KFBG’s centre for community collaboration in promoting sustainable living and low carbon living located in the old Tai Po Police Station.
Our vision is a world in which people live sustainably with respect for each other and nature. Support us and be a Member now. You will be helping transform our world for the better.
Details of “Be a Friend of Nature - KFBG Membership Scheme”
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(*Terms and conditions apply. For details, please visit bit.ly/2Euyw3U)
The KFBG site near Lam Tsuen, Tai Po, is one of Hong Kong’s little-known jewels. Nine kilometres of road wind their way up around organic farming terraces, theme gardens and native forest to the summit of the mountain, Kwun Yum Shan, at over 1800 feet above sea level. A wide variety of educational displays, sustainability features and wildlife rescue facilities complement the extensively landscaped gardens with their cobbled paths, pavilions, bridges, waterfalls and picnic.
Address: Lam Kam Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2483 7200
Fax: (852) 2488 6702
About the Green Hub
KFBG was selected by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2010 to transform the heritage site, in Hong Kong's New Territories, into a "Green Hub for Sustainable Living" under Batch II of the "Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme".
The Green Hub has reimagined the Old Tai Po Police Station, a Grade 1 listed historic building built in 1899, to demonstrate how we can live sustainably while at the same time respecting nature and respecting each other.
Address: 11 Wan Tau Kok Lane, Tai Po, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2996 2800
Fax: (852) 2638 0110
|Flora Conservation programmes in Hong Kong||Fauna Conservation programmes in Hong Kong|
|Hainan Gibbon Conservation project is one of Kadoorie Conservation China’s, a department of KFBG, extensive work across the region||Holistic Education programmes|
|Sustainable Living and Agriculture programmes||The Green Hub, the Old Tai Po Police Station revitalized and operated by KFBG|
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