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27mar2018

BA (Hons) in Horticulture and Landscape Management offered the third ECF-funded lesson and field trip “Tree Conservation in Country Parks Nature Conservation In Hong Kong Lesson and Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve Field Trip”

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The lesson drew over 20 participants to introduce the nature conservation situation in Hong Kong.

The lesson drew over 20 participants to introduce the nature conservation situation in Hong Kong.

Instructor Lam Mei Yee was teaching on the ways to enhance the biodiversity and using Mai Po Nature Reserve as an example.

Instructor Lam Mei Yee was teaching on the ways to enhance the biodiversity and using Mai Po Nature Reserve as an example.

Participants were divided into 2 groups to enhance interaction between instructors and participants.

Participants were divided into 2 groups to enhance interaction between instructors and participants.

A group photo of instructors and participants.

A group photo of instructors and participants.

The third lesson “Tree Conservation in Country Parks Nature Conservation In Hong Kong Lesson and Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve Field Trip” under ECF Learning Tree Diversity Programme and Tree Conservation Youth Ambassador Training Workshop was successfully organized by Horticulture and Landscape Management Programme on 24 March 2018 (Saturday) with more than 20 secondary students attended and visited the Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve. 

 

During the field trip from 11:30am-1pm, Edwin Kwok and Joyee Chan introduced around 20 native plant species in Hong Kong with their fun facts. They also taught the participants in identifying different plant species with their features. Throughout this activity, THEi new campus and the programme of Horticulture and Landscape Management were also promoted.