Island focus: C. Sulawesi to have its own botanical garden
The Jakarta Post
The Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) is planning to establish a 25-hectare botanical garden in the Central Sulawesi regency of Donggala.
“Central Sulawesi has never had a botanical garden. This is part of our plan, and we are really looking forward to it,” LIPI official Danang Wahyu Purnomo said on Wednesday.
He said the garden could be used for conservation efforts, educa...
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