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Over 60,000 seedlings planted in Yinmabin Township

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Seedlings in plant nursery in Yinmabin Township. 
Photo: Than Htay Aung (Kani)

With an aim to fix climate change, re-balance the ecosystem and create a fair weather condition, the Dry Zone Greening Department planted over 60,000 seedlings in Kaung Hsin nurseries in Yinmabin Township according to the Dry Zone Greening Department.
“Currently, the department is taking measures to reduce the outbreak of the natural disasters and re-balance the ecosystem by planting the trees. In this juncture, the department is also raising the fire wood plantations annually to fulfil the fuel requirement of the local people,” said U Nay Myo Tun, the head of the Dry Zone Greening Department of Yinmabin Township.
Under the Myanmar reforestation project in 2018-2019 fiscal year, the department has been conducting the dry zone greening, raising the firewood plantations to fulfil the fuel wood requirements of the villages, holding the festivals to raise plantations and demanding the households to plant three teak trees and 20 hard wood trees per house.—Than Htay Aung (Kani)
(Translated by Hay Mar)

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