About the Show
Green corridors and green spaces, Singapore has it in spades. Yet our relationship with nature is predicated on an ad-hoc basis, seeking it only when a detox from city-life is necessary. Does this portent well for society?
Nature takes time, and we should introduce it into our habits before it’s too late, urges Chris Leow, an urban farmer who is on a mission to fix the broken food system.
Whether you’re a plant snob, chlorophyll killer, or simply ascribe to the Cottagecore aesthetics, there’s something wild for everyone. And in growing so, we each begin to assume control of understanding our food source, well-being, and communities.
Every mission started out as a hobby, green shoots, so is there a gateway plant with which city-dwellers can cultivate a habit?