Sowing seeds of conservation to protect Kuala Selangor Nature Park

Naza TTDI is keen to improvise the park and draw visitors by improving accessibility.—filepic

THE diminishing mangrove forest across Selangor’s coastal areas is worrying fishermen who have seen their income drop because of lower catch of fish and cockles.

Jamaluddin Jafar, 49, and Nasarudin Kamaruzzaman, 45, who live in Kampung Tanjung Keramat, Kuala Selangor, said their dwindling catch was a result of the polluted waterways of the rivers and coastline.

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