No 830, Jalan Teluk Bahang, 11050 Penang, Malaysia
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One Plant At A Time

How you can join the campaign?

There are two ways to join the campaign and create an environmental change.

1) Purchase the One Plant At A Time Seed Paper pack and grow the seeds in your own garden to create a “green lung”. Plants produce the oxygen that we breathe.

2) Purchase any One Plant At At Time merchandise. Part of the proceeds will help fund the campaign and a part will be donated to an organisation that champions the environment.

What future activities under this campaign can i join to?

To accomplish our goal of reintroducing the joys of planting and to educate about the importance of plants to the environment, we have scheduled various activities throughout the year.

Tree Planting Activities

Using plants from Entopia nurseries, Friends of Entopia members, Entopians and school children will be planting perennial plants in parks and schools in Penang.

Seed Paper Workshops

Instead of getting rid of unwanted office paper, we are turning it into Seed Papers. Workshops will be conducted to teach how to create paper waste into multi-purpose paper crafts.

Environmental Education Talks

Know more about Malaysian Nature Society environmental projects and initiatives with various talks and programmes.

Watch this page for more information on how to join or check out upcoming activities.

 

This campaign aims to reintroduce the joys of planting and the importance of plants
in the environment through activities and events.

This is staying true to the Friends of Entopia’s Nature Pledge; Keep a Plant and Recycle or Up-cycle.

The campaign’s main goal is to raise funds for the environment through donations to Malaysia Nature Society.

The Earth Needs Your Help

What is a seed paper?

The campaigns’ main driving point is the seed paper. This seed paper is created by Entopians using recycled paper collected from recycling bins around its premises. It is a piece of paper infused with local plant seeds.

The seeds used in the paper are from local plants species that produces flowers rich in nectar. These are called Nectar Plants. These plants attract pollinators in your garden like butterflies and bees.

How is it made?