Be A Guardian of Our
Plant A Forest Initiative
“We are not just planting a Tree,
We are planting a Forest”
Planting A Forest Program
Trees play a big role in keeping the surrounding atmosphere clean and healthy. We depend on the trees for our survival, from the air we breathe to the wood we use. As a non-profit organization, we are restoring Nature by planting Trees!
Through this program, we implement tree planting activity to re-establish the fragmented forest and restoring it to it's natural glory through proforestation. The aim is to regenerate back the logged-over forest and subsequently restore the Native Endangered Tree Species in the Forest. To help the regeneration of the forest, 700, 000 trees will be planted in the PIAH Forest Reserve. According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Red List, Malaysia has 686 endangered plant species as of 2007. Thus, the Indigenous and Native tree species will be planted in the Forest Reserve to preserve their species from extinction.
How It Works
The germinated seeds of endangered plant species are collected through wilding from the progeny of the selected mother plant.
The collected wildings from mother plant will be brought to nursery. They will be nurtured in the nursery to ensure that their growth is fully monitored.
The trees will be replanted back into the forest after reaching juvenile stage.