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The Set Up of Saving the Atlantic Rainforest

WLT's exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2010

Follow the day-by-day setting up of the WLT Atlantic Rainforest exhibit for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The exhibit, which was part of the Continuous Learning section was awarded a Gold Medal and “Best in Section”.

Construction of the Rangers Hut

Day 1

The base of the Rangers Hut is laid. The hut is one of the main features of the WLT exhibit. (See a larger image of the construction.)

Layout of the plants

Day 2

The plants are laid out and the WLT's corner of the Atlantic Rainforest starts to take shape (See a larger image of the plants.)

Atlantic Rainforest species are planted

Day 3

The beautiful Atlantic Rainforest species are planted and signs displaying statistics about the WLT's work are added. (See a larger image of the plants and rainforest sign)

Bill Oddies admires the WLT exhibit

Day 4

Bill Oddie admires the progress of the WLT exhibit from the finished Ranger's Hut. (See a larger image of Bill Oddie visiting the exhibit.)

 

 

The finished exhibit

The finished WLT exhibit, with Ranger's Hut

The Ranger's Hut, which is the focal point of the exhibit, features a 'window' into the rainforest, with live streaming via webcam from the WLT supported reserve in Brazil. (See a larger image of the exhibit.)

 

« back to the main WLT Chelsea exhibit page for more information and resources

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