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On Saturday the 15th of March the Tropical Biodiversity Glasshouse project had the pleasure of hosting families from the Talfourd Avenue group. They kindly agreed to come test our new (and hopefully improved) glasshouse tour, which was designed and created … Continue reading
After only 16 hours we moved from a sketch in Google Map maker to becoming a live part of Google maps. You can find us just by typing ‘tropical biodiversity’ into Google and looking at the maps tab.
At school one of the playground sayings was “The first sign of madness is talking to yourself”. This is obviously deeply entrenched in my psyche because I began to fear that blogging was possibly a sophisticated way of talking to … Continue reading
The first order placed during the development of the tropical glasshouse was for installation of the wireless internet system. However, providing a good signal when the nearest wired internet is 300m away, there was to be minimal spillage of signal … Continue reading