Chen Po-Yuan, who used to be an engineer, decided to return his hometown with his wife, Ye Zhi-jun, to become a farmer as he wanted to provide a healthier growing environment for his children. He also didn’t want to see the farmland of his hometown decline and hoped to pass on Sanheyuan in his home. Starting out as a layman, he had great ideas about the environment for vegetable growing and local culture. He took initiatives to build an eco-friendly environment and acquired related knowledge from experienced farmers on how to preserve the environment and culture and pass down his spirit of sustainability to the next generation.
The Farm grows a variety of vegetables in net enclosures, including cabbages, radishes, mustard, broccoli, Chinese kale, turnips, baby corn, and more. Adults and children alike can learn to distinguish the qualities and living environment of different vegetables through growing seedlings and picking vegetables. Vegetables harvested on the Farm are also used to produce pickled mustard, pickled vegetables, chili sauce and other products and unique dishes using ancient techniques. Tourists can fully experience the charisma of food and agriculture aesthetics.