Tiny Forest Calendar: March
In olden days, March was often thought of as the long, hungry month of the year, as winter preserves were running out and the first new vegetable of the year was only starting to sprout. It can also be a hungry time for winter hibernators walking up from a months-long nap.
Tiny Forest Calendar: May
May is the month when we can confidently say goodbye to cold and dark winter and pleasantly indulge in nature’s activities through all of our senses: the feeling of warm sunlight, the sight of freshly green leaves, scents of blossoming flowers, sounds of chirping birds and buzzing insects.
Tiny Forest Calendar: July
July weather is wonderfully sunny and parks are filled with picnic blankets. July is also full of challenges especially to a young Tiny Forest and nature in urban settings. You can act by playing close attention to the changes in your Tiny Forest and organising a plastic free picnic!