Organized by Nature Society (Singapore)
25 Dec 2021 (Online)
The tropical rainforest offers a cornucopia of plant forms, from shady undergrowth plants to drapey lianas and awe-inspiring forest giants. Join forest ecologist Kang Min to learn how to identify the common plant life that thrives in Singapore’s primary and secondary forests. Get an insight on how the forest organises itself to function as the green lungs of our city state, and how it supports other life forms and perpetuates itself generation after generation. Kang Min will also share fascinating findings in her research work at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. The workshop will wrap with a Q&A segment.
Date: Sunday, 26 December 2021
Time: 10:00am - 10:45am