'The HK FARMer's Almanac is produced as a limited-edition volume-in-a-planter, to be shared among fellow agriculturists and other nurturing souls. While the en-tire volume has been printed in a limited edition of 100, we encourage you to distribute and cross-pollinate the material as far and wide as possible. Digital versions of all content as well as documentation are downloadable here.

HK Farm is an organisation of Hong Kong farmers, artists and designers founded in April 2012. Working in the city, lead farmers Glenn Eugen Ellingsen, Michael Leung and Anthony Ko collaborate with communities and organisations to highlight the importance of urban agriculture and locally produced organic food.


In September 2014, Hong Kong Farm conducted a green takeover of Spring Workshop’s main terrace to kick off a year-long residency. Their extended program included multiple public access points to experimental, community-based urban farming, such as an autumn edible harvest workshop, planter-building lessons, seed-bombing with student groups, documentation of both the farm and HK’s farming protagonists, a talk-to-your-plants and plant selfie booth, a winter discussion and finally The HK FARMers’ Almanac (2015)created during an intensive three-day embodied knowledge book sprint.' (Abstract from Spring website)

This box contains 15 items.

1.The HK Farmer's Almanac
2.“One Year in Three Days” HK FARMers’ Mini Resource Book
3.HK Farm Journal
4.HK Farm Journal 2
5.Agriculture with Action! (Admiralty Demonstration Farm Report)
6.Very MK (The Rooftop Farm as a Semantic Machine)
7.Gardener’s Gaze
8.farming 1/7
9.Hong Kong Beer: From Grain to Glass and Back
10.Beyond Bishan Map
11.Beyond Bishan
12.George Chan and the Disappearing Mulberry Dike Fish Pond
13.A Fashion Manifesto for Farmer / X
14.“88 Steps on Cultivating Our own Rice”
15.Postcards from HK Farmers

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HK Farm

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The HK Farmers' Almanac 2014 - 2015
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