Urban forest inaugurated in Lodhran

Approximately 300,000 plants to be planted in the new forest this year

Our Correspondent October 29, 2022


The district administration inaugurated an urban forest, comprising 200 plants, in Lodhran on Friday. Approximately 300,000 plants will be planted in this new forest during the current year.

Deputy Commissioner Babar Rehman Warraich officially inaugurated the forest at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, stating that plantation is ongoing over 600 acres of land under the billion-tree project.

An additional 50 acres will be used for plantation sometime in the future.

The DC pointed out that trees are the main source of oxygen for all beings, they make the environment clean and pleasant and protect us from the adverse effects of seasonal changes. He urged the public that everyone should plant at least one tree and care for it, terming it a national responsibility.

The DC added that the administration was working to make Lodhran district green and pleasant.


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