Chonburi juveniles plant trees in Naklua rain forest

Friday, 20 June 2014 From Issue Vol. XXII No. 25 By  Urasin Khantaraphan

Youths at Chonburi Juvenile Detention Center planted 250 mangrove trees as part of a program to learn how to volunteer and improve the environment.

The Positive Thinking Youth Club and Pack Organization organized the trip to the Naklua Rain Forest for the 26 youths. The project was sponsored by Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Ltd.

Youths from the Chonburi Juvenile Detention Center plant mangrove trees to learn how to improve the environment.Youths from the Chonburi Juvenile Detention Center plant mangrove trees to learn how to improve the environment.

The Pattaya Environment Department helped supervise the participants, who ranged in age from 15 to 24. Organizers hope such activities help the juveniles become useful members of society.

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