Promoted by Prof Lau Kin-Chi from the Cultural Studies Department, Lingnan University has taken its first step towards building a transition campus. Over three dozen crops (potatoes, wheat), vegetables (spinach, lettuce, cabbage, herbs (basil, nutans) and fruit trees (papaya, dragon fruit), etc., are grown in open, public sites between academic buildings. The project coordinator, Mr Yan Xiaohui, is one of the pioneers in China having worked in organic farming and community supported agriculture for a decade. Over 40 members have joined the Lingnan Gardeners Club, including students, alumni and staff.To nurture the soil and the roots! To farm and learn for the future!