About Farm Together
Farm Together is Sino Group's integrated green community project aimed at planting the seeds for sustainability and bringing the community closer to nature.
We partner with wonderful organisations such as Smiley Planet, Rooftop Republic and Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve, Environmental Association and The Providence Garden for Rehab to design, implement and maintain our farms. We also work with Dyelicious, Hong Chi Association, New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, The Warehouse Teenage Club, St. James Settlement – Ground Work and other like-minded partners to promote urban farming and social inclusion. Sustainability is core to Sino Group's business, and we have introduced a host of green initiatives over the past decades. These include providing residents with a platform to rent farm plots for planting and harvesting at Hong Kong Gold Coast Residences since 2002, the first vertical garden at Citywalk set up in 2007, the 'Mission Green Top' programme bringing green inspirations and urban farming to Skyline Tower at Kowloon Bay since 2008, and the pioneering organic farm at Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel since 2018. More than 1,000 kg of produce has been harvested through the Mission Green Top initiative, generating over HK$2 million of sales proceeds for community partner Hong Chi Association, and over 5,000 tenants, hotel guests, students and colleagues have participated in a variety of green tours, workshops and educational programmes over the years. These meaningful experiences and networks have laid the foundation for the integrated green community project Farm Together.
Farm Together Booklet
With a mission to plant the seeds for sustainability, Sino Group's integrated green community project, "Farm Together", brings people closer to nature by promoting urban farms around Hong Kong. We encourage sustainable living and wellness, while celebrating local biodiversity in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Through Farm Together, we join hands with our colleagues, residents, tenants, hotel guests and the wider community in growing a greener future.