Soil Regeneration Series (Offline, with Kampung Walkabout)
This is an in-person educational talk suitable for students, educators, members of Community Gardens and anyone who is curious and keen to learn about and take action to resolve human and planetary health via this fundamental solution — Soil Regeneration. Includes a 30-minute Kampung walkabout to observe soil structures and soil life.
“We not only grow plants from soil, but also grow soil from the plants.” ~ Mr. Tang Hung Bun
Topics: Soil for food, health and climate; Soil Food Web, Soil Composition, Observation of soil structures and soil life, Roles of Microbial life in soil and Carbon Sequestration and Humus Formation.
Date: 24 April 2021
Time: 9am – 11am
*Min 15 pax to commence
17 in stock
Mr. Tang Hung Bun uses natural farming methods to grow food in Singapore. He is a mentor from the Soil Regeneration Project, and believes that we can reverse climate change while growing nutritious food. He supports the School Garden in Methodist Girls School, the Edible Garden at Jurong Central Park, and many other soil regeneration initiatives in Singapore.
From the documentary “Kiss the Ground”, we must regenerate the soil for a healthy human and planetary ecosystem— that is fundamental. Regenerative agriculture will influence our personal health, economy, and society to also be filled with positive regenerative energy.
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For more info about the background of this Soil Regeneration Series, check out the additional information below:
Mr Tang Hung Bun: Learn more about Mr Tang and his activities in Singapore by following him on his Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tanghungbun
Kiss The Ground Trailer : Check out the trailer of this amazing documentary “Kiss The Ground”, recommended by Mr. Tang. Watch it and discover a simple solution for climate change! https://youtu.be/K3-V1j-zMZw
Facebook Premier of the film: The film ‘Kiss the Ground’ is now streaming on Netflix! The film advocates for positive changes and actionable things that people can do. This is a Facebook Live kickoff event (45 minutes 29 seconds) explores the roots of the regenerative movement: https://youtu.be/emfG6ehpE4U
For Children’s Education: Learn about the possible benefits of Soil Regeneration for our future generations. https://www.wired.com/story/what-forest-floorplaygrounds-teach-us-about-kids-and-germs/