Thursday 9 July 2020

The Conservatory

I will continue my series on the various areas that will be in the town that I will found. Today we will look at The Conservatory.

The Conservatory is a district unto itself yet is in reality a mixture of districts, or rather has influence from a few different districts.

The Conservatory is one building, or rather I see it as being one large building, but it could be a few different yet connected buildings.

The area that The Conservatory will take up is 5 acres, which will be 1/16th of a mile wide with 1/8th of a mile long. In essence take any of the other smaller areas and cut it in half length wise.

The Conservatory will be an extension of The Science District and will be looked after or be assisted by people from Applied Botany and/or Laboratory Botany, with some input and suggestions from Theoretical Botany as well.

The Conservatory will be a large, self-contained environment with: a burst of colour, plants, trees, walkways, paths, birds, bees, small creatures . . . you name it, it’s here.

If you have ever been inside a large greenhouse and/or indoor conservatory, you will know what I am talking about.

I see a series of tree house type buildings up in the tree canopy with walkways (think of the Ewok Village in Star Wars, The Return of The Jedi. Why? Why not.

The other district that will have an influence on this area is The Commercial District. Why is that? 

Well, as you can imagine, this large conservatory can not only help further science but also be a tourist attraction. 

This is where the fine folks from The Commercial District come in. 

For while people from The Science District know how to help grow all types of plants, people from The Commercial District have expertise in making money. 

This is a good example of people from different groups within the town working together to help each other while at the same time, helping further their own goals and objectives. 

It’s called cooperation and collaboration . . . try it . . . you’ll like it.

As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive and keep moving forward!

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