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Non-Governmental Organizations participated in PEP


Since 2016, 3 NGOs have been participating in Country Parks PEP and about 4 hectares of plantations have been adopted for biodiversity enhancement. In these five years, tree planting, post-planting maintenance and wildlife monitoring activities of each site would be taken care by the NGOs. In order to promote the benefit and values of biodiversity across all sectors of the society, all participating NGOs are welcome to conduct different types of publicity programmes.


Location of PEP sites adopted by participating NGOs 

(click on the tree icons on the map below to see which NGO is managing the PEP site) 

Map TK TTg CWB

 

 

FoE

   Participating NGO: Friends of the Earth (HK)
   Location: Tai Lam Country Park
   Area of plantation: About 2 hectares (dominated by exotic species Acacia confusa)
   Committed duration: 2016-2021
 
    Details:
https://cooltree.foe.org.hk/index.php?lang=tc

 
FoE_05
FoE_04
 
 FoE_06  FoE_03
 
 Tree Planting Challenge 2017
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CA

  Participating NGO: The Conservancy Association 
  Location: Tai Lam Country Park
  Area of plantation: About 0.5 hectare (dominated by exotic species Acacia confusa)
  Committed duration: 2016-2021

  Details: http://www.cahk.org.hk/show_works.php?type=sid&u=155&lang=en

 
CA01
CA02
 
CA03
CA04
 
Planting events with corporates
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TGE

  Participating NGO: The Green Earth 
  Location: Clear Water Bay Country Park
  Area of plantation: About 2 hectares (dominated by exotic species Acacia confusa and Casuarina equisetifolia)
 
Committed duration: 2016-2021

  Details: http://greenearth-hk.org/en/tree/

 
TGE01
TGE02
 
TGE03
TGE_04
 
Planting activities with corporates and trail runners

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Other key enrichment measures conducted by the participating NGOs
 

PEP01

PEP02

 
Selected plantation site before thinning Plantation site after felling of wiltered, aged or densely grown exotic trees

PEP02

PEP02

Piling up tree logs adjacent to the site to enhance biodiversity by microhabitat creation for other small organisms and nutrients recycling

Native tree seedlings were planted


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Last Review Date : 30 November 2017