Training for local fishermen


  • Metro News Premium
  • Wednesday, 03 Jul 2019

MIRI: Wildlife rangers are being trained from among the local fishermen in the coastal areas to help protect the environment and marine life along the Miri-Sibuti coral reefs in northern Sarawak.

The training project is a collaboration between Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) and Petronas and was kicked off at Kampung Batu Satu Lutong, Miri.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Metro News

Urban farm built on river reserve land, clearing works by Land Office, not MBSJ Premium
Turning up the heat to save derelict hot springs Premium
Smart traffic lights enable smoother flow on Ipoh roads, says mayor Premium
Feeling hemmed in by more plans for Sri Petaling Premium
State records 680% jump in domestic and foreign visitor arrivals up to May this year Premium
Errant Klang eateries get compounds and roasting for not using grease traps Premium
‘7% growth achievable’ Premium
State’s help needed to cushion impact of rising prices, say consumer groups Premium
Tribunal orders academy to refund students as course not accredited Premium
‘Halal products can be enjoyed by everyone’ Premium

Others Also Read