We will establish the new Sungei Buloh Nature Park Network, as part of our plan to transform Singapore into a City in Nature. This new Network comprises Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, important core habitats such as the Mandai Mangrove and Mudflat and Kranji Marshes, as well as nature areas. It will allow us to strengthen the conservation of wetland biodiversity in the northern part of Singapore.
We will also establish the Lim Chu Kang Nature Park – a new nature park on the west of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, which will feature outdoor nature-play spaces, encouraging children and youths to spend more time outdoors and reconnect with nature. It will also include Cashin House – a building that will be enhanced sensitively for both natural and built heritage, which will be used for educational programmes.
Under our One Million Trees movement, I recently joined four members from our community for a community tree-planting at the new Kranji Coastal Nature Park. As the COVID-19 situation improves, we will continue to partner our friends and key partners to organise more tree-planting activities as Singapore eventually reopens. Join us on this journey!
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