Forest Path Clearing Day
The Lamma Forest involves a lot more than just tree planting days. In fact the bulk of the work is Forest Maintenance which involves: clearing of the paths, their maintenance such as pruning and looking after trees. We also do typhoon damage management, picking up of rubbish along the main public path that runs through the forest en route to Pak Kok and many other small tasks such as gathering fire wood amongst others.
These tasks are often done with the help of schools, Corporations, NGO’s and sometimes paid labourers. The photos on this page are taken from a very productive and successful day organised together with APA and a large group of school students in their charge.
APA has been quite active over the years in the Lamma Forest as part of their educational courses they run to educate students about the value of nature and outdoor living.
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