Outward Bound Singapore’s (OBS) signature environmental conservation event, Project IsLand-A-Hand (PIAH) is back.
Taking place on 7 September 2019, the upcoming edition of PIAH will be held at Coney Island with a focus on discovery, awareness and appreciation.
Participants can look forward to activities such as coastal clean-up, tree mulching and habitat enhancement along with raising awareness for environmental sustainability. In addition, they can also look forward to a guided Coney Island Trail, where they will utilise digital to participate in a friendly competition to strategise, search and see Coney Island’s flora and fauna.
The event is open to public however children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Date: 7 September 2019
Time: 8am – 3pm
Address: OBS Reception and Activity Centre, 22 Punggol Road, Track 19, Singapore 828871
Public registration here.
- T-shirt and long pants
- covered shoes
Things to bring:
- Water Bottle
- Mosquito Repellant
- Change of clothes
- Power bank
- Plate and utensils for lunch
Project IsLand-A-Hand (PIAH) is an Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) signature event, which focuses on environmental conservation in both Pulau Ubin and mainland Singapore through activities such as coastal clean-up, tree mulching and weeding along with raising awareness of environmental sustainability. PIAH aims to empower the individuals to become ambassadors for a suitable environment. Learn new ways on conserving natural bio-diversity and meet like-minded people who care for the environment. Sign up now!
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