Contest Issue 44

 

 Learning Forest Motif Cutlery-on-the-go

Bring this handy cutlery wherever you go. Choose to use the spoon, fork or the chopsticks. Drinks will also be enjoyed with the metal straw that comes with a handy cleaning brush. Made of stainless steel yet lightweight, this cutlery set is encased in a pouch that features design motifs inspired by the Learning Forest in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Simply answer the questions below and you could be a lucky winner!

In the article, “Conserving Tropical Forest Giants”, we introduce the Dipterocarps family of trees. According to the article,

The OCBC Arboretum was opened as part of which Extension in the Singapore Botanic Gardens? 
What does the trunk of a Dipterocarp secrete when “wounded”? This is tapped for use in varnishes, essential oils and medicine. 

Contest closes on 21 February 2020. Email your answers to nparks_communications@nparks.gov.sg with the subject title “My Green Space Contest Jan – Mar 2020”, together with your name, e-mail address, mailing address and contact number.

 

 

My Green Space Contest Winners: Oct – Dec 2019

Congratulations!

  1. Yeow Ing Hwa
  2. Marcia Too
  3. Cheng Yi Hoong
  4. Jennifer Yong
  5. Chew Ser Hwee

 

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