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繼續任務!Let’s continue!

復耕的農田現在怎樣了?出發到任務點 E1+E2去看看吧!

How is the rehabilitation going on? Let’s go to checkpoints E1 + E2 and see!

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任務點  E1 Checkpoint E1

遠處你可以看到一些農場和農用棚架,跟眼前荒廢的農田形成對比。

儘管梅窩農業曾受到不少打擊,現在有一班人正默默為復耕努力。

In the backdrop, you can see some farmlands and agricultural structures, which contrast with the abandoned farmland in the front. Although the agriculture in Mui Wo has largely shrunk, different people are now working hard on agricultural rehabilitation.

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這裡的Dragontail Farm有機種植芥蘭、白蘿蔔、羽衣甘藍、沙律菜等。負責人還會養蜂,探索農業與生態的不同可能性!

Here is the Dragontail Farm. It practices organic farming, and grows Chinese broccoli, white turnip, kale, and salad vegetables, etc. The owner also keeps bees and actively explores the different possibilities of agriculture and ecology!

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為何要復耕?

復耕對資源利用、社區營造、多元經濟等都有益處。

Why agricultural rehabilitation?

Restoration is beneficial to resource utilisation, community building, and economy diversification.

資源利用

你看到的農場,正是善用社區廚餘回收計劃的堆肥種植農作物。本地機構離島婦聯於梅窩收集附近幾條村的廚餘,經廚餘機分解後,產生種植用的堆肥。原本視作廢物的廚餘得到重生。試想想,如果城市的廚餘能被善用於本地農業,就是把資源循環不息地可持續使用。

Resource utilization

The farm you see in the photo uses compost from the Community Food Waste Recycling Program to grow crops. The Outlying Islands Women’s Association, collects food waste from villages nearby, and decomposes it using a food waste processor. Food waste is no longer waste anymore, but useful compost for planting. Imagine -- if all city food waste can be utilized in local agriculture, that is genuine circular economy!

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