NAF | Terrarium
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Terrariums encapsulate the simple beauty of nature, adding vibrancy to any room. They are easily crafted and require little maintenance. Our terrarium workshop presents a unique opportunity for participants to learn how to construct their own terrariums and customise it as they please. Participants will be provided with all the necessary materials to make their own unique terrarium ― an egg-shaped capsule featuring a delicately veined fittonia plant, laid upon pebbles, stones and coloured sand.
*Bonus: If you bring along your own plastic container, such as the bubble tea cup you just finished, we’ll give you a set of mystery seeds and some soil.


Watch them grow and once they mature, we’ll reveal to you their identities, if you haven’t already recognised them!

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Asian School of the Environment Club (ASEC) is an undergraduate student-run and managed organisation set up in the Asian School of the Environment (ASE). Established in 2015, it is the newest academic faculty club set up in NTU, and the School is partnered with the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) as its academic arm.
The Club serves as a platform for undergraduates who wish to contribute to the ever-growing vibrant and diverse ASE family.