Today, Loo Urban Farm continues its social mission to educate and inspire more and more people to grow their own food in moderating global warming, reduce carbon footprint, improve our eco system and general health.
Loo Urban Farm has taken another task to share its social mission to more than 150 students and teachers in Methodist Girl School. Adding a lot more people to know about the importance of urban farming and growing own food. More people now understand, on average each of us is contributing 5 tonnes of carbon footprint every year. If everyone consciously reduce and leaving less carbon footprint, collectively we will reduce million of tonnes of carbon foot print every year. This collective power, ensure the global warming issue be moderated. More importantly, MGS will pilot other school in Malaysia to expose all their students to Vertical Farming, Aquaponics, together with Urban Farming.
Loo Urban Farm has undertake the responsibilities to setup a vertical aquaponics system in the school and be their mentor and adviser in vertical aquaponics. We sincerely thank the school board, headmistress and teachers to entrust Loo Urban Farm to carry out the job. Loo Urban Farm is on its way to see thousands of students, teachers and parents starting to eat food as health medicine. Thousands of people join in to contribute towards reducing food miles and hence carbon footprint. Our mission to moderate global warming and promoting general public health through growing own food locally and globally is taking another step ahead. They may be thousands or millions steps. We are taking the steps it slowly and gradually.