Seedlings distributed for dry zone greening program in Sagaing Region

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Officials from Dry Zone Greening Department distribute the seedlings to local people in Koneywar village, Yinmabin Township. Photo: Than Htay Aung (Kani)

The Dry Zone Greening Department, under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, has distributed free seedlings to the residents of Koneywar village, Yinmabin Township, Sagaing Region for plantation, as part of a program with the aim of reducing the destruction of the ecological system and the impact of climate change and global warming.
“Currently, the Township Department is working to preserve the forest from natural disasters, maintain the ecological balance, and fulfill basic needs. In addition, the Dry Zone Greening Department is conducting a firewood plantation drive for local people annually,” said U Nay Myo Tun, the head of the Yinmabin Township Dry Zone Greening Department.
The Yinmabin Township Dry Zone Greening Department is currently planting 60,110 seedlings including rain trees, tamarind, eucalyptus, teak, sandalwood, and other varieties of shady trees in Yinmabin Township. With the rainy season beginning, they have distributed a total of 3,100 seedlings — 2,100 Sterculia plants, 500 sandalwood trees, and 500 teak trees — to residents of Koneywar village in Yinmabin Township of Sagaing Region.—Than Htay Aung (Kani) (Translated by La Wonn)

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