No-one is too young or too old to make a positive difference to this Earth.
Little Green Chef was born out of love, compassion and a bit of desperation for Earth's occupiers to live better.
We are here because we recognise that caring for our Earth through our food system, is not an option but a necessity. While we understand that the knowledge to live better needs to be passed on urgently, we also recognised that the world needs a looot more positivity and hope. And that's what we bring!
We equip our participants with knowledge and skills so that you can go on and make REAL impactful changes to greenify your lives and have a great time while you are at it.
Think the world is going to crash and burn? Well maybe, but better do something than to sit there pouting.
Change your world and watch your world change!
Ms. Toh Han Jing
Hi, I'm Han Jing! I'm a sustainability educator, a natural farmer and frankly speaking just someone that wants to make the world a tad better (:
As seen on
CNA's documentary "Growing Wild",
Eco Business Youth A-list Nominee 2021,
NEA's ENVISION Magazine Issue 17, pg 95-96,
Pulse by Prudential, Frank by OCBC,
OASIS: Skincare Series, Starter Social,
ASEAN Magazine The Road to Sustainable Urbanisation, pg 42-43
Little Green Garden
The Little Green Garden is where most of my in-house workshops are conducted. This garden is a special place that is cared for by Popo and I.
I had my first encounters with caterpillars, ladybirds and earthworms in this very garden. It was the place where I plucked red chillis that have been ripened by the sun and papayas from the trees. The garden has been around for a long time, but it has also been through a lot.
13 years ago, we had a huge renovation and the garden took a hit. The garden wasn't quite the same ever since. After fumbling around in the working world for a bit, I've decided to come back and turn things around.
In this garden, we practice permaculture and natural farming methods. We work with nature rather than against it. We value, honor and practice compassion to all living beings, and practice a no-kill policy.
We focus on returning food and plant scraps to the garden because when we feed the soil, the soil feeds us.
We take in what others throw out as well because one man's trash is another man's treasure.
In the Little Green Garden, we practice love.
Love for our elders, love for the young, love for play and love for life!
Welcome to our Little Green Garden.