[FULL] Mi-VolTra: Long Valley Rice Harvesting Experience Day (15, 21 Jul)


Long Valley in Sheung Shui is the largest agricultural wetland in Hong Kong.  By the time summer is coming, the first batch of rice has been reaped already!

Cheers for the harvest season!!

From concrete jungle to Long Valley paddy field, we will probe into ecological farming and pay an effort to strive for local agricultural industry together. 

Every bit marks the hard work in harvesting. However, many others still don’t treasure the strenuous effort behind. Shall we challenge ourselves this summer by devoting in the only remaining paddle field in Long Valley? After a long day of harvesting, rice milling and granule drying, let’s relax on the straws while admiring the glorious Long Valley wetland sunset. 


Workcamp Code and Date

VTMV18-07: 15 July 2018 (Sun) [FULL]

VTMV18-0821 July 2018 (Sat) [FULL]

Name: Mi-VolTra: Long Valley Rice Harvesting Experience Day

Meeting Time: 9:30a.m. (please be punctual)

Meeting Place: Sheung Shui Ho Sheung Heung Han Ku Shek Ancestral Hall

(You could take minibus no.51K at Sheung Shui MTR station)

Dismissal Time and Place: 5:00p.m. @Sheung Shui Ho Sheung Heung

Types: Conservation / Agriculture / Festival

Quota: 30

Co-organiser: The Conservancy Association (CA)

CA, founded in 1968, is the non-government environmental organization with the longest history in Hong Kong. CA is dedicated to the protection of the environment and the conservation of natural and cultural heritage. Their mission is to enhance the quality of life of future generations and to ensure that Hong Kong shoulders her regional and global environmental responsibilities. CA achieve this by advocating appropriate policies, monitoring government action, promoting environmental education and taking a lead in community participation.

[Official Website: http://www.cahk.org.hk]

Aim & Goal

  1. Support ecological water farming and other types of wetland agriculture in Long Valley in order to maintain the livelihood of wild animals and indigenous farmers
  2. Participate in agricultural harvesting and ecological monitoring work in order to sustain the ecology and farmers’ livelihood
  3. Appreciate the importance of local agricultural industry and its relationship with the ecology


  1. Rice and crop harvesting
  2. Wildlife monitoring work
  3. Farmland maintenance

(There might be changes of work according to weather and local conditions.)


This is an outdoor activity which requires physical strength. Together with the hot weather in July, please be aware of your personal health condition before applying for this activity.


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