On Tuesday 04 December 2007 Chief Judge of Youth & Family Khun Onharj Ngarmmeesri, Chief Judge of Provincial Court Khun Pralom Kashane together with the local people of Klongwarn Village have planted mangrove forest at sea estuary.
Court Associate Judge Khun Manoo Tarnpipitchai has explained to all present that a lot of villagers trespass land where mangrove forest is. As a result of their activities the mangrove forest has been in many places damaged. Court staff has decided to replant the mangrove forest. This will prevent erosion of the land and will restore wildlife habitat. Both chief judges said that they will organize more forest planting events in the future.
Pol. First Lieutenant Somyot Wangcheon has explained that there is a plan for creation of 800rais of mangrove forest in this area. Mangrove forest is a perfect habitat for over 100 types of birds; it has perfect conditions for laying eggs.
Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya
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