Citizen conservationists: These people are helping to regrow rainforests

  • Living
  • Tuesday, 15 Mar 2022

An assortment of rainforest tree seeds collected during a recent masting (ie, mass flowering). The collection was organised by natural farming and sustainable living centre SEEDS Malaysia. — LEONG HON YUEN

Creative designers and goat farmers Abdul Razak Abdul Aziz, 60, and his wife Intan Zarinah, 59, established the Social Eco Enterprise Development for Sustainability (SEEDS Malaysia), a natural farming and sustainable living centre in Klang, Selangor, in 2017.

“We’ve always felt connected with trees and nature,” recalls Abdul Razak.

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