OBS community event: IsLand-A-Hand

OBS has organised IsLand-A-Hand for 30 November, an event that involves environmental conservation and bonding with youths. More details below.

Come along for IsLand-A-HAND to:

  • Bond and interact with other youth participants
  • Have a deeper appreciation for our environment
  • Learn ways to conserve and protect the natural bio-diversity and wildlife
  • Be ambassadors of a sustainable environment

What can you expect?

  • Get down and dirty with your trusty hands to restore Mother Earth
  • A short trek to off-the hidden paths of Pulau Ubin
  • Environmental initiative such as Reforestation of Tanjong Tajam @ the Western Tip of Pulau Ubin, Coastal Clean-up @ the Southern Coast of Pulau Ubin & Environmental educational talk by Ms Ria Tan of WildSingapore
  • Networking session with fellow youthful nature enthusiasts!
  • Light breakfast and Lunch will be provided
Start: 30 Nov (Monday) 2015 08:00
End: 30 Nov 2015 16:00
Location: Various locations on Pulau Ubin
Please register directly at: http://bit.ly/1Q4Dlya. For more details, go to http://bit.ly/1LRDuB5.



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