Be just to the earth; for the good of all beings.

善待土地 ‧ 惠澤眾生

HomelandGreen is a group of Hong Kong volunteers learning to live harmoniously with soil that nurtures all lives. We take part in greening projects and pursue agricultural practices that promote soil health.

As consumers in modern societies, we have all contributed towards man-made desertification and climate change.

Do we now have sufficient reasons and knowledge to support such efforts that can help make our homeland green again?

Our Focus …

Land Restoration

It is a fact that sand from northern deserts in China reaches South East Asia and even North America in the same way sand from the Sahara reaches Europe every year. Tree planting expeditions are organized to stop the encroaching deserts and rehabilitate the degraded land. Join our study and tree planing trips and have an amazing experience.


Conduct research projects in regenerative farming, share results and findings with local practitioners to produce environmental friendly, cost effective nutritional farm products with scientific approach. Correct farming practices would not deplete soil. Rather it increases nutritional value of produce, supports soil rehabilitation and carbon sequestration for addressing global warming issues.


We learn so much from expert scientists around the globe and finally come to grasp the soil science and biology of Mother Nature. Here we share our findings to get the public to change the view on soil, how plants grow healthily, and ultimately our way of life.


Recent Facebook Posts

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21 hours ago

很多朋友未必有留意全球土地退化,特別是可耕作農地退化的問題,很大部份是由不良的耕作習慣引起的,其中最大影響的習慣之就是翻土或犂耕。再生農耕既以康復土壤為中心思維,不翻土、不耙犂、可能情況下盡量不騷擾土壤,便成為甚中最重要的運作原則之一了。 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

以康復土壤為重點的再生農耕著重最少的騷擾土壤,甚至不翻土或耗犂。很多朋友不明白耙犂或翻土的問題是甚麼。卻原來全球農地的退化,並不始自化工農業,而是從人類最早用耙便已開始。引致土地退化的農耕方法系列一: 犂耕和翻土。 ... See MoreSee Less
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With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we always lack enthusiastic volunteers. Please contact us for more info.