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UBU staff and students planted 500 trees to celebrate the auspicious occasion of the King’s coronation

Patcharin Jongjai     2020/05/28 ,     ( 380 views)  

On 28 May 2020, UBU organized a voluntary event held at Nong Ejem Park, UBU to celebrate the King's coronation. A total of 500 trees were planted by UBU staff members and students. The event was carried out by Assistant Professor Dr. Chutinun Prasitpuriprecha, President.  The objectives of the event was reported by Assistant Professor Dr. Krit Sriworamas, Vice President for Physical and Environmental Management.  The event intended to honor the King’s coronation, raise UBU members’ awareness to love and cherish forest resources, increase green areas on the campus and promote collaboration and unity within the UBU community.

Assistant Professor Dr. Krit Sriworamas shared that the tree planting event was part of honorable events to celebrate the auspicious occasion of the coronation. In addition, due to the Cabinet's resolution appointing Visakha Bucha Day as the National Tree Day, the Department of Forestry, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, therefore, requested cooperation from government agencies to plant trees around their areas or other appropriate places. This planting event was co-organized by the Office of Physical and Environmental Management and the Faculty of Agriculture. Apart from the objectives mentioned above, this event promotes UBU to be a learning and technology transfer center for organic agriculture to those who are interested in integrated organic farming in accordance with the royal guidelines concerning self-sufficiency agriculture.

UBU is honored to be part of the coronation events and is delighted to be involved in the preservation and promotion of natural resources. UBU sincerely thanks all participants for their attendance and collaboration.


Revised/translated by: Jarinda Boonjan

Original (Thai) version by: Tippawan Valuvanathorn

English revised by: James K. Powell II

Photos by: Tippawan Valuvanathorn

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