Angkor-Manulife Community Park project launches with over 10,000 saplings planted

In collaboration with Manulife Cambodia, the APSARA Authority has launched the “Angkor-Manulife Community Park” project, aiming to plant over 10,000 saplings in a 5.5-hectare area in Angkor Park. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Minister aims to release 1M trees for June-July planting

Minister of Environment Eang Sophalleth has expressed his hopes that by June or July this year, around one million saplings will be sufficiently grown, and will be ready for distribution to the public for planting. ...

Mom Kunthear

Kampong Thom governor leads tree planting, green initiative

Kampong Thom provincial governor Nguon Ratanak recently led the planting of over 60 young tree saplings in Stung Sen garden, situated along the namesake river. The new trees are expected to beautify the provincial town and attract more domestic and international visitors. ...

Chea Sokny

Kirirom Park reforestation growing roots

In the verdant expanse of Preah Suramrit Kosamak Kirirom National Park, a notable endeavour is taking root. As part of a considerable environmental initiative, nearly 20,000 saplings have found a new home within the Buddhist Cultural Centre’s grounds. ...

Bor Pich Zelin

CDC: Raise timber to supply local furniture sector

A senior official at the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) urged local investors to consider investing in sustainable timber wood to supply wood for the furniture-making sector which has a “huge growth potential”. ...

May Kunmakara

Buddha’s legendary tree finds new roots in Siem Reap reforestation efforts

In an effort to rejuvenate areas affected by forest degradation and to conserve lakes, 15,156 saplings of “Raing Phnom” have been planted in four communes in Siem Reap province. ...

Post Staff

Guides plant luxury trees in B’bang’s scenic Ang Ta Korm

The Girl Guides Association of Cambodia (GGAC) has been busy in Battambang province, donating and planting over 200 luxury saplings and ornamental trees. ...

Chea Sokny

King urges subjects to save forests and wildlife

King Norodom Sihamoni, in a heartfelt appeal, urged his subjects to safeguard all kinds of forests and wildlife. Recognising the forests as invaluable natural treasures, he urged the country to protect these resources for both present and future generations, highlighting their essential role in mitigating ...

Sok Raksa

ANA stepping up replanting campaign within Angkor Park

The Apsara National Authority (ANA) is working with public and private partner organisations to continue its plans to replant the western part of Trapeang Ses, and preserve the AngkorArchaeological Park World Heritage Site. ...

Neang Sokunthea

India, Cambodia mark 70 years with 70 trees

Indian and Cambodian officials on January 30 planted 70 trees at Jayavarman-Norodom Phnom Kulen National Park in Siem Reap, in a ceremony held to commemorate the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two nations and to inspire people to care for the forest. ...

Ry Sochan

World-Bays Club plants nearly 2.4K mangroves

Officials from the Ministry of Tourism and Preah Sihanouk Provincial Administration led a delegation from the 16th World Congress of the World-Bays Club to plant 2,388 mangrove tree saplings on December 11 in Prey Nop district.​ ...

Vann Sak

Environment ministry plants saplings to restore mangroves

The Ministry of Environment and Kep Provincial Administration planted 3,000 mangrove forest saplings to strengthen marine eco-systems, adapt to climate change, increase habitat for marine biodiversity of all kinds and beautify beaches. ...

Neang Sokunthea

South Korea plans Siem Reap ASEAN tree garden

South Korea plans to establish an ASEAN tree garden in Siem Reap province next year, as a symbol of enhanced relations, cooperation and connectivity between the East Asian country and the regional bloc. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

Civil society planted more than 1,000 trees in Udom Sre Pus community after soldiers installed bulldozers

Civil society groups have planted trees at the Udom Sre Pus and Prey Metta Natural communities in Trapeang Chor commune, Oral district, Kampong Speu, after the army troops installed bulldozers almost completely. ...

Khut Sokun

Stung Treng plants 30K ‘symbols of national identity’ on Lao border

Stung Treng provincial governor Svay Sam Eang on July 9 led officials and youth groups to plant palm seeds along the Cambodia-Laos border as part of efforts to preserve territorial integrity and benefit future generations by teaching them about their national identity. ...

Lay Samean

King calls for more trees to be planted

King Norodom Sihamoni has expressed his wish for Cambodians to plant trees of all species in as many places as possible. ...

Sar Socheath

Coastal mangroves replenished

Officials of the Fisheries Administration’s (FiA) Preah Sihanouk provincial cantonment plan to replant at least 10,000 mangrove trees by the end of the year. The saplings will be used to replenish degraded an​d deforested areas of fishery communities. ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

Mangrove saplings planted in Kampot

The Ministry of Environment in collaboration with the Kampot Provincial Administration, Fisheries Administration and the British Chevening Alumni Association of Cambodia (BCAAC) – with the support of the British embassy in Phnom Penh and Prudential (Cambodia) Life Insurance Plc – on April 30 planted 1,000 ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

K Chhnang plants over 200,000 saplings at Tonle Sap Lake’s Zone 3

The Ministry of Environment – in cooperation with the Kampong Chhnang Provincial Administration – planted 24,000 mixed trees to rehabilitate the flooded forests of Zone 3 of the Tonle Sap Lake area. The April 25 planting took place in Thnal Chheuteal village of Kampong Leng ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

Siem Reap pagoda monks plan palm tree planting campaign

Monks at the Phnom Preah Thevak pagoda, also known as Sen Chey, in Siem Reap province’s Banteay Srei district plan to plant 50,000 Asian palmyra palm trees in a 60ha community forest to preserve the species represents the national identity. ...

Lay Samean

ANA keeps Angkor Park green with tree planting

In the 17-year period from 2004 to 2021, the Apsara National Authority (ANA) – a body tasked with managing the Angkor Archaeology Park – planted more than two million trees in the Angkor area in order to enhance environmental beauty and attract more domestic and ...

Nov Sivutha

Students plant 4,000 trees as forest fire fix

Fifty students will help plant 4,000 trees on September 5 at the Royal Academy of Cambodia’s (RAC) Techo Sen Russey Treb park in Chheb I commune of Preah Vihear province’s Chheb district. ...

Voun Dara

ANA promotes planting of trees, donates 100K saplings

Every year, the Apsara National Authority (ANA), a state body tasked with managing the Angkor Archaeological Park, gives away more than 100,000 tree saplings to encourage the growth of forest cover in Cambodia, especially in the Angkor area, and has requested members of the public ...

Voun Dara

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