This weekend, EnviroFest 2008 brings together many environmental groups including the Hantu Bloggers, Toddycats and the Naked Hermit Crabs who will feature our marine and other natural heritage.
There'll also be a fascinating talk by Toh Chay Hoon on "Singapore shores: Got things to see meh?"
Ms Toh Chay Hoon's talk will be on 29 Jun (Sun) 2.30pm at the event. Come and find out more about shores above and underwater as Chay Hoon shares photos and stories about our wonderful marine life.
About Chay Hoon
An indefatigable intertidal explorer as well as diver, Chay Hoon has probably been to every Singapore shore that is possible to reach. She has an uncanny eye for spotting the most marvellous marinelife no matter how tiny or well camouflaged they are. An active volunteer guide on the shores of Chek Jawa, Pulau Semakau, Sentosa as well as the Chek Jawa boardwalk, she also regularly dives our reefs with the Hantu Bloggers. She participates in scientific monitoring of our shores as a member of TeamSeagrass and the Blue Water Volunteer ReefFriends underwater survey programme. She is also a key member of the Naked Hermit Crabs and a pioneer member of wildfilms.
More about EnviroFest 2008
EnviroFest brings together a huge number of groups active in conservation and environmental work. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our environment and what you can do to make a difference.
The list of exhibitors include:
- National Environment Agency
- National Parks Board
- Public Utilities Board
- National Library Board
- Nature Society (Singapore)
- Waterway Watch Society
- Animal Concerns Research & Education Society
- Raffles Museum Toddycats!
- Cat Welfare Society
- Naked Hermit Crabs
- Hantu Bloggers
- Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
- Nature Trekker Singapore
- Exhibits from the Asean Youth Festival Photography Competition
- Singapore Polytechnic Environment Club
- National Junior College Greenlink
- Hwa Chong Institution
Venue: Toa Payoh Amphitheatre (in front of Toa Payoh Community Library)
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