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Explore one of Singapore’s most extensive mangrove forests at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, and find out what makes mangrove forests important in our fight against climate change in our City in Nature.





In this issue, we are giving away three Orchid Collection Long Magnet Sets.


Contest Mar 2022


Butterflies fluttering around bushes with fragrant blooms, and birds chirping in shady trees lining roads and paths are common scenes of nature you see in our neighbourhoods. These come from decades of sustained and dedicated greening efforts, and such work continues in growing Singapore into a City in Nature.

You may find these sights, scents and sounds of nature most refreshing while exploring our island’s parks and gardens. Or perhaps you delight in harvesting plump vegetables from a carefully tended garden, or bask in the affection from your pets. All these reflect an innate love for nature, and caring more for plants and animals can thus bring great benefits to health, both physically and mentally.

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So much to do, so much fun to expect – hope you keep growing and discovering this March!


  • Felix Siew

Conservation Consultant

  • Shin Koh

Gardening Consultant

  • Dr Wilson Wong


  • Charlotte Tan
  • Liyana Adnan
  • Dr Nura Abdul Karim
  • Teo Xin Ni
  • Victoria Cheong