Upcoming Activities

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All activities will be carried out in accordance with prevailing safe distancing measures.

Tree Maintenance at Coney Island Park

1 April [FULL], 14 April [FULL], 20 April, 26 April

9 – 10am, 10.15 – 11.30am 

Coney Island Park is a 87-ha park located in the northeastern region of Singapore, well known for the Casuarina trees that dominate the island. As part of reforestation efforts for the park, native and coastal plant species are regularly planted, some of which are critically endangered. Participants will be able to experience and conduct tree maintenance, which includes pruning, weeding, fertilising and mulching of our trees. This provides a wholesome experience of taking care of the trees in our parks. The entire experience will be physically challenging and fun. Participants will be conducting the tree maintenance sessions in pairs, so do come and join us and bring a friend!

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Tree Planting at Simei St 2

4 April 2022

9 – 10am, 10.15 – 11.30am

Our streetscapes play an important role in providing a liveable environment for all. These roadside plantings can also serve as nature ways and rewilding corridors, which connect our rich biodiversity core areas to our island-wide network of green spaces and parks. Join us in our tree planting efforts at Simei St 2, where we will be introducing some native forest tree species to enhance our roadside greenery.

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Tree Maintenance at Woodlands Waterfront Park

18 April 2022

9 – 10am

A scenic and tranquil coastal park offering an exceptional view of the sea from the north, Woodlands Waterfront Park is a favourite among residents and visitors young and old. Join us in this habitat enhancement project, where we will be removing competing vegetation, clearing the stem base, and mulching to help our native plant species thrive better.

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Tree Planting at Simei St 3

11 April 2022

9 – 10am, 10.15 – 11.30am

Our streetscapes play an important role in providing a liveable environment for all. These roadside plantings can also serve as nature ways and rewilding corridors, which connect our rich biodiversity core areas to our island-wide network of green spaces and parks. Join us in our tree planting efforts at Simei St 3, where we will be introducing some native forest tree species to enhance our roadside greenery.

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Invasive Species Management at Chestnut Nature Park

19 and 26 April 2022

10 – 11am

Located to the west of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, Chestnut Nature Park provides a green buffer to the biodiversity that resides within the nature reserve. Join us in our invasive species management programme to remove invasive saplings and climbers that threaten the native plant species in our forest!

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Tree Planting at Stateland between Mandarin Gardens and Neptune Court

22 April 2022

9 – 10am

Our streetscapes play an important role in providing a liveable environment for all. These roadside plantings can also serve as nature ways and rewilding corridors, which connect our rich biodiversity core areas to our island-wide network of green spaces and parks. Join us in our tree planting efforts at the Stateland between Mandarin Gardens and Neptune Court, where we will be introducing some native forest tree species to enhance our roadside greenery.

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