To people as well Department of National Parks joins hands with CP-Meiji to conserve and restore Khao Wong Chan Daeng Non-hunting Area May 12, 2022 668 On May 11, 2022, Mr. Ratchada Suriyakul Na Ayutthaya, Director-General of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, sign a memorandum of cooperation. Conservation and restoration of natural resources and the environment in the area of ​​Khao Wong Chan Daeng Non-hunting Area Lopburi Province between the Department of National Parks.

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With CP-Meiji Co., Ltd., with Ms. Salilrat Pongpanich, Managing Director of CP-Meiji Co. Ltd. signing a memorandum of cooperation. Along with the executive team as witnesses at the press conference room on the 2nd. Floor Montserrat Email List of Sueb Nakhasathien Building, Department of National Parks. With the purpose of this time. In order to respond to the initiative of King Vajiralongkorn. Conservation of natural resources and. The environment to restore degrad forests in conserv forest areas Strengthen the ecosystem to create a balance as part of rucing global warming. To create awareness for people to participate in the conservation of forest resources. Create an alliance in the preservation of natural resources for local people in.

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Private and public sectors in the welfare Build morale for forest rangers However. The Memorandum of Cooperation is under the 2022 “CP-Meiji  project, which will jointly plant 16,000 trees on an area of ​​80 rai in Hua Lam Subdistrict. Tha Luang District, Province. Lop Buri Prepare fire break lines and support equipment to extinguish forest fires. Build a community network. along Singapore Lead with supporting the welfare. Fund for forest rangers of the National Park Department. This is a continuation of the MOU in 2021 that has add green areas in the area. Sam Lan Waterfall National Park Kaeng Khoi Non-Hunting Area Lopburi and Saraburi provinces, totaling 70 rai, with a long-term plan to increase green area to complete 1,000 rai in 2030.

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