Employees and friends of Raimon Land recently headed to Baan Sap Tai in Khao Yai to plant trees–from sowing seeds to de-potting more than 300 saplings that were transplanted to replenish the natural reserve. “Reforestation is life,” said Nuch Kalyawongsa, Raimon Land director and chief finance officer, who said the company has been “coming to this sapling nursery facility since 2008 and we are motivated and determined to help restore the health of our forests.”
Andrew G. Steel, PATT founder and director, said, “Raimon Land’s unwavering commitment has enabled us to make the Baan Sap Tai nursery project a true center of knowledge in sustainable reforestation. We are now able to host various environmental protection initiatives to ensure the preservation of our ecosystem.” In addition, the Raimon Land group demonstrated its commitment to education by making a donation to the nearby Baan Sub Tai School to buy school supplies and improve the facilities.
The property developer has been a partner of the Foundation that has brought life and growth to the local community by offering guidance, education and training on the environment, enabling some members to seek job opportunities. The company also works closely with Habitat for Humanity Thailand, a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating poor housing and homelessness by helping low-income families construct simple, decent and affordable houses.
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