The morning weather was cool with a light drizzle when we started our July monthly walk into the MacRitchie forest. The rain gave the rainforest a surreal feel, with the sunlight gently cutting through the thin veil of mist. There was a carefree atmosphere amongst the participants and guides. Since most of the animals were … More

Questions on Cross Island Line works from the community

In the past two weeks, we have been collaborating with the nature community and the wider public to generate a set of questions regarding works on the Cross Island MRT line (CRL). These questions were raised as we feel that information about the monitoring programme and results has not been forthcoming. In the press release dated … More Questions on Cross Island Line works from the community

Little things that make a big difference – Love MacRitchie Walk (April 2018)

Every now and then, we notice the smaller creatures of the forest that often escapes our eyes. Then we start to wonder: who are they? , What do they feed on, and what roles do they play in our forest?  At first sight, the white growth on this dead log looks like tiny corals. But since … More Little things that make a big difference – Love MacRitchie Walk (April 2018)

Earthfest 2018

We’re going to Earth Fest 2018 (14 Jan @ Marina Barrage!) Love MacRitchie will be starting our 2018 off at Earth Fest! It’s a fair that showcases environmental sustainability from multiple perspectives, from food, eco-friendly products to reducing waste. Our part? We’ll be championing the appreciation and conservation of our forests and biodiversity – yet … More Earthfest 2018