Tag Archives: Lim Chu Kang

International Coastal Cleanup – every effort counts (:

Today, the world celebrates International Coastal Cleanup! In every participating country, on the 3rd Saturday of September, motivated groups swoop down upon the coastal areas (beaches, mangroves, and some even dive) to clear up the marine trash that litter our … Continue reading

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Celebrating National Day in Lim Chu Kang mangroves!

Once again it’s the time for hanging of our national flag and singing patriotic songs and declaring our love for Singapore! There may be many issues that we are unhappy about, but ultimate this is where I grew up, with … Continue reading

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Muddy in the mangroves

A pretty backdated post on ICCS 2011 (17 September 2011), but I had already previously posted on the ICCS blog (Uncovering the mangroves at the inaugural Lim Chu Kang East cleanup) so I didn’t feel the pressing need to post … Continue reading

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National Day Cleanup!

I have not done a coastal cleanup in ages — since 2005 to be exact. But this year, after joining ICCS Otters, I have been anticipating the coastal cleanups. And today (6 August 2011), 64 awesome Singaporeans/residents of Singapore headed … Continue reading

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Mega Marine Survey @ Lim Chu Kang mangroves

A very un-inspired title. But I can’t think of a better one at the moment. Spent yesterday afternoon at Lim Chu Kang mudflats for the survey. The survey was done along the stream. Quite soft mud, but deepest was only … Continue reading

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