We have attractive prizes to give away in this issue! Just take part in these simple contests, and you could be a lucky winner.
|Caterpillars of Singapore’s Butterflies and Our Fragile Rainforest
These two books highlight the wide variety of biodiversity that can be found in our tiny island. Caterpillars of Singapore’s Butterflies feature 80 early stages of commonly-seen butterfly species, and follows their development from egg to caterpillar to pupa. The book aims to get Singaporeans to view caterpillars differently – that they are not pests but are vital for the continued existence of their prettier adult forms.
From 2008 to 2010, an ecological survey was conducted in the Central Catchment Nature Reserve to determine the relative health of its inhabitants, and find out which native species could be vulnerable to the longer effects of climate change at the local level. Our Fragile Rainforest is a compilation of some of the findings from this research.
Two sets of books (consisting of Caterpillars of Singapore’s Butterflies and Our Fragile Rainforest) will be given away. All you have to do is answer the following two questions correctly.
1)How many caterpillars are featured in the book Caterpillars of Singapore’s Butterflies?
2)Where was the ecological survey conducted that was featured in Our Fragile Rainforest?
Contest closes on 10 August 2012. Email your answer firstname.lastname@example.org the subject title “My Green Space Contest – Books Giveaway”, together with your name, IC/passport number and contact number.
|Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay consists of three gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South, the biggest of the three at 54 hectares, was recently opened to the public.
We have three sets of Gardens by the Bay First Day Covers and notebooks to give away.
1)Name two of the iconic structures mentioned in the article that can be found at Gardens by the Bay.
Contest closes on 10 August 2012. Email your answer email@example.com the subject title “My Green Space Contest – Gardens by the Bay”, together with your name, IC/passport number and contact number
|Singapore Garden Festival collectables
Did you miss your chance to visit one of the world’s top horticulture shows? Running from 7 to 15 July 2012, the Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) is the only show in the world to gather the world’s top award-winning garden and floral designers under one roof. Held once every two years, your next chance to visit SGF is in 2014.
We have three sets of Singapore Garden Festival limited edition to give away. Simply answer the following questions.
1) How often is the Singapore Garden Festival held?
a)Once every two years
c)Once in three years
2)When was this year’s event held?
a)5 to 15 July 2012
b)7 to 12 July 2012
c)7 to 15 July 2012
Contest closes on 10 August 2012. Email your answer firstname.lastname@example.org the subject title “My Green Space Contest – SGF”, together with your name, IC/passport number and contact number.
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My Green Space Contest Winners – April – June 2012
Congratulations to the lucky winners of our previous contests! These winners have been notified by email.
|The Plant Story
Chan Sui Ping
Food For Thought
Ho Kum Leng Lillian
Alan Chang Kin Leong
Lor Siew Kiow
Seto Chee Choon Johnny
Emily Fok Kwai Lin