Join International Coastal Cleanup Singapore to tackle the trash at Lim Chu Kang mangroves. Lim Chu Kang mangrove is a beautiful and unique patch of unprotected mangrove in Singapore. Scientists have worked in this mangrove for decades and though it is but a small patch that remains, it is scientifically interesting and holds many stories about animal and plant life and heritage in Singapore. In 2008, the Sungei Buloh Master Plan revealed it would link up with the Lim Chu Kang mangroves.
The removal of trash is tackled sensitively through the actions of small groups. A pre-National Day cleanup is organised annually in celebration of Singapore’s birthday and welcomes anyone who might want to come.
Pre-registration is required, online by 7 Aug.
More details on the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore blog.
Venue: Lim Chu Kang mangroves
Website and contact: http://coastalcleanup.wordpress.com/