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Bhutan Ecological Society has begun an initiative to create green urban spaces by planting fruit trees across the country. The five-year project, which started with the plantation of 82 saplings yesterday is expected to plant more than 1,000 fruit trees.
Bhutan Ecological Society has begun an initiative to create green urban spaces by planting fruit trees across the country. The five-year project, which started with the plantation of 82 saplings yesterday is expected to plant more than 1,000 fruit trees.

BES to plant fruit trees in urban spaces

To add character, functionality and ecological value to open and green urban spaces, the Bhutan Ecological Society (BES) has begun an initiative to plant fruit trees across the country.

At the launch of the initiative, DeSuups, 22 students of Ugyen Wangchuck Institute of Conservation and Research (UWICER) and volunteers planted 82 fruit trees at the Ecological Park in Changangkha in Thimphu yesterday morning. The varieties included Apple, Apricot, Cherries, Peach, and Pear.
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