We are …
a group of Hong Kong volunteers learning to live harmoniously with soil that nurtures all lives.
- Nov 8 2011 – Visit to NPOGreenLife established through the Sino-Japan Friendship Association to explore our possible involvement and invitation of Madame Yi Jiefang, founder and CEO of NPOGreenLife as Honourable Patron of HomelandGreen.
- June 17 2013 – Established on the World Day to Combat Desertification.
- August 5 2013 – Incorporated as HomelandGreen Limited in Hong Kong under the Companies Ordinance.
- September 2015 – Establishment of professional partnership with Soil FoodWeb Institute (Australia)
- August 8 2018 – Became a tax exempt charitable institution in Hong Kong.
- February 2020 – Accepted as a member of the “4 per 1000” Initiative.
- September 2020 – Accepted as a partner of the Regeneration International network.
For more details, please refer to the latest Annual Report.
We believe …
human is only part of the ecosystem and yet its way of life has far more lasting effect due to the shear number and use of technology. Use of fossil fuel, deforestation and mismanagement of soil all contribute towards man-made desertification and climate change which endanger all life on earth, human included.
We work …
to spread knowledge of soil health and global environmental issues. This knowledge when practised will revert the damage humans have caused. This includes efforts against desertification and proper management of farmland. Organizations have sprung up worldwide; each works on its local community. HomelandGreen works in Hong Kong as part of this global movement.