Edge is always different. Do you notice?Edge of pond is full of semi-aquatic plants.It’s where the frogs stay quietly waiting for any insects flying above.Edge of forest is far from pristine forest. It’s where you can see some touch of human in a form of disturbance. There are usually large forest gaps where the understory plants get most of the sunshine. It’s an edge effect. Even a protected area suffers from edge effect. Nuruliawati, our former students summed up her research into this nice infographic. The picture tells it all….
Do you have a lot of children books that you don’t use anymore?? or do you have books that have big impact in your life and you already finished reading it and maybe those books could inspire others? or do you just simply want to do good?
We want to invite you to involve to do good things with us!
We want to help to fill up one school’s library near our field site with children books – either it new books or second-hand books! Our team members will come back to Desa Pemerihan, Lampung to continue our data collection in January 2015 and we are planning to bring some books to our field site. We thought that if we could bring more books, it would be better as kids around our field site can enjoy more books and inspired by more books.