Conservation of the Native Orchids of Singapore  


Do you know that, of the 226 species of native orchids recorded in Singapore, more than 170 are considered to be extinct? Only five of them are common. Join us to learn about the recent orchid conservation programme, which sets out to monitor existing species, explore ways to conserve their germplasm and increase their number in various appropriate environments in Singapore. You will be amazed by the horticultural considerations and challenges involved in this meaningful re-introduction exercise.

 

Suitable for Sec 1 – JC2 levels

Duration       : 1.5 hours

Fee              : $17.50 per student

                   (includes $8.50 "Native Orchids of Singapore – Diversity, Identification and Conservation" publication)

Group Size    : A minimum of 20 students per group

Location        : Tanglin Core & Central Core of Singapore Botanic Gardens

 

For enquiry and registration, please contact the SBG Education Branch at 6471 9961 0r 6465 0196 or through email: nparks_sbg_edu@nparks.gov.sg. Online registration is available on www.sbg.org.sg (under "Education"). A four weeks advance notice is required for booking of this programme.

Contact Info :6471 9961 & 6465 0196
Date :12 Sep 2013 - 31 Dec 2013  
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