Plants, people and place. Mick Robertson, education coordinator from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, encouraged teachers and students to examine the structure of flowers and plants, as part of WithOneSeed’s Education week in Baguia Timor Leste.
Dr Dan Murphy, a Ethno-botanist with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, presented a workshop earlier this month on plant identification. His classroom was amongst the trees, in one of the few remaining remnant forests in the region of Baguia, Timor Leste.
Plants, people and place. Students in Afaloicia, Timor Leste brought along the plant presses they made in preparation for the Education Week workshops that were delivered by Mick Robertson and Dr Dan Murphy from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne in association with WithOneSeed.
2nd Environment Education Week in Bagia, Timor Leste. This year the program is about plants people and place. The importance of the natural environment to human survival. Over 500 participants over the 5 day program. A classroom in the forest.