Have you heard of the “Eden Project”?
The Eden Project (Cornish: Edenva) is a visitor attraction in Cornwall in the United Kingdom. Inside the artificial biomes are plants that are collected from all around the world.
Source : The Eden Project WiKi
Below is a video of typical Malaysian garden as part of the Eden Project.
It is great to know that people across the globe admire and appreciate our natural garden, right?
Do you own a garden? What kind of plants do you cultivate? Food or decorative?
It’s good to get to know more on this fundamental knowledge of mother nature and gardening that nearly lost its footing in our so-called “modern society”
To sum it all, it is a concern about our living environment of which urbanites today may find dry, boring, unrelated or disconnected.
The Eden Project offers much more than a memorable day out in Cornwall; we are an educational charity and social enterprise and much of our energy goes into running transformational social and environmental projects on our doorstep and around the world.
Weigh carefully the benefits you will reap from such wonderful concept.
The entire concept of this Eden project is a commendable effort – an approach which tackles all levels of a community across the globe. It is wonderful to see the positive response from both the local and international communities as it is a worthwhile cause and an inspiring educational module. It is definitely worth the time to look into.
It is with such gladness to know that there are people who still care and making progressive efforts for mother nature, and ingraining the love for gardening in all walks of life. Creating an awareness in our conscience with a proper approach is always a head start to the right direction.
Do you think it is a good idea to participate in such inspiring project? Have you ever wondered how the transference of this knowledge will help our community or nation as a whole?
Click below to view relating past articles.
– Having edible schoolyards in Malaysia
– Adopting sustainable living in all Malaysian homes