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[Eco@Woodlands]

"Greenfingers: Best tropical trees and shrubs for your urban environment."

Wee Yeow Chin
Author & Botanist,
Singapore.

Saturday, 22nd February 2003: 2.30pm - 4.00pm

Amazon Room (behind Magazines section)
Level 1, Woodlands Regional Library

How to get there

 

About the Talk

Understand, appreciate, conserve and select tropical trees to suit urban environments. An introduction to how people and plants can co-exist symbiotically to create healthy and aesthetically-pleasing metropolitan living areas.

 

About the speaker

The author was the Honorary President of the Nature Society (Singapore) (1990 - 1995), ex-director of the National Council on the Environment (1992 - 1996) which is now the Singapore Environment Council. In retirement, he travels the world seeking out and photographing plants and wildlife.

 

ADMISSION IS FREE. ALL ARE WELCOME!

 

For Eco programme enquiries, please contact:

Sharon Foo
Programme Development
National Library Board
Tel: 6 332 1816
Fax: 6 332 1781
 

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About the Biodiversity & Ecology Journal Club

Locations of venues, Dept. Biological Sciences, NUS

Please refer to this map
Parking at Carpark 10

Seminar Room 3 (SR3)
Seminar Room 4 (SR4
)
Block S3, Level 2
Science Drive 4

Life Sciences Lab 7A-D
(LSL7A-D)
Block S2, Level 3
Science Drive 4

Lecture Theatre 32
(LT32, next to Block S1A)
Science Drive 4

Raffles Museum
Block S6, Level 3
Science Drive 2

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Meetings of the Biodiversity & Ecology Journal Club, 2003

Jaap J. Vermeulen - "Sulawesi - Straddling East and West". 4th March 2003

Tzi Ming Leong, Daisy Wowor & Darren Yeo - "Natuna Revisited: A preliminary survey of Pulau Natuna Besar". 25th Feb 2003.

Astrid van Meeuwen - "Why do kereru (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) eat what they eat?". 21st Feb 2003.

Archived meetings, Jul 2000 -Dec 2002