Over 2,000 trees planted at UTAR park turned arboretum

Wee (centre) watering the sapling that he planted during the launch. With him are Nor Hizwan (left) and Prof Ewe (right).

More than 250 students from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) joined a community effort in planting 2,022 indigenous trees at the Kampar university’s Agricultural Park in Perak.

The “One Student 10 Trees” campaign by Malaysian Rubber Council (MRC) and UTAR was aimed at cultivating values and practices of environment conservation.

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