This year, we have received more than 250 drawings showcasing what farming will be like in Tampines in 2030 and beyond.
Congratulations to all the winning entries and thank you to those who have participated! Your drawings have shown us that the future of farming in Tampines knows no limits!
Check out the winning entries here!
First prize: Ye Xinyan
Every neighbourhood will have a fish- farming pond. Residents will grow their own fruits and vegetables as sustainable food sources.
Second prize: Bernice Ong Ying Hui
To achieve the 30-by-30 food goal, we will have hydroponics and the latest rooftop farming technology to grow vegetables and rear fish sustainably for our daily consumption.
Third prize: Leong Shu Han
We will grow our own crops and farm fish for food independence and security. While Tampines focuses on its sustainable future, it also cherishes its many heritage landmarks.
Consolation prize: Choo Yan Heng Kingston
Consolation prize: Tye Ming Yew
Consolation prize: Alpheus Tan
Consolation prize: Zhang JiaXu
Consolation prize: Wong Zi Yan
First prize: Nicole Alessandra Seow Shiqi
Farming will be easily accessible in our community. Every child will have the opportunity to experience urban farming.
Second prize: Salsabila Binte Azmi
We will use the latest innovations to implement fish farming in our estates. Residents will learn and share the latest hydroponic farming methods with the community.
Third prize: Yeow Soon Yu
Powered by solar energy, futuristic robots will be used to manage our corridor farms, where we will grow our fruit and vegetables for daily consumption.
Consolation prize: Cuasay Christine Claire Espeleta
Consolation prize: Renee Chng
Consolation prize: Nazirah Khatoon
Consolation prize: Fyleen Su Huiqin
Consolation prize: Nur Iman Bin Mohd Swandi
First prize: Genesis Philip De leon Afaten
Tampines will use innovation to grow food in small spaces. We will contribute to nature and impart our knowledge to the next generation.
Second prize: Terence Lee
Farming of the future will be filled with greenery and promises of bountiful harvests that is shared with loved ones.
Third prize: Windy Teo
Tampines is a vibrant Eco Town where community farming and sharing are part of residents’ lives. With our many sustainable farming initiatives, we are future-ready.
Consolation prize: Teo Aik Cher
Consolation prize: Lynn Chew
Consolation prize: Art Lim Kiat Guan
Consolation prize: Insyirah Bte Imran
Consolation prize: Leow Wei Wen
Junior Category: Ye Xinyan
Tertiary Category: Yeow Soon Yu
Open Category: Terence Lee