An upcoming Cross Island MRT Line is slated to pass beneath MacRitchie forest in Singapore’s Central Catchment Nature Reserve, under some of our most pristine ecosystems, such as old regrowth and century-old primary forests. This isn’t right.

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Cover video: Love Our MacRitchie Forest Official Music Video. Watch it with audio here.

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We conduct free guided “Love MacRitchie” walks monthly, to explore MacRitchie’s rich biodiversity.

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14 July
10 August
8 September
12 October
10 November
7 December

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Open for registration – Love MacRitchie Walk with NUS Toddycats! on 14 July 2019 (Sun)

The next Love MacRitchie Walk with the NUS Toddycats! on 14 July 2019, Sunday (8.30-11.30 am) is now open for registration! Join the Toddycats in discovering the forest and its amazing wildlife. Come join us and learn about the conservation issues surrounding the proposed Cross Island MRT Line (CRL) through the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. The forest trail …

Three insights from the forest – Love MacRitchie x BFF walk (11 May 2019)

Sometimes, our tropical Lady Luck just isn’t on our side – what started off as a crisp morning walk turned into a hasty retreat from an oncoming thunderstorm in less than an hour. Nonetheless, the endless wonders that reside within the MacRitchie forest ensured that it was an hour well spent. From “lifers” to ominous …

The Insects That Keep Our Forest Healthy – Love MacRitchie Insect Walk (14 April 2019)

Insects have somewhat a bad reputation in Singapore: Dengue-loaded mosquitoes, pesky cockroaches, ant trails whenever food is left on the table. However, apart from these socially-defined urban troublemakers, many other insects exist only in forested areas and live out most of their secret lives away from the public gaze. Earlier in April, we invited some …

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