Pattaya city workers visited two royally initiated environmental projects in Prachuabkirikhan intended to be case studies to help them do their jobs better.
Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn prepared the 200 civil servants for July 4-5 trip with a seminar and lecture by monks from Sraket Temple at city hall July 3.
Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn leads the preparation meeting before the city junket to Prachuabkirikhan.
The monks from the Umbrella of Dharma Group in the Office of Ethics and Integrity at the Institute of National, Religion and Monarchy addressed how to live one’s life safely by avoiding the vices in today’s society.
The delegation then traveled to the Chang Hua Mun Royal Initiative project and Laem Phak Bia Environmental Research and Development Project.
The Chang Hua Mun Royal Initiative project is under the auspices of HM the King, showing people how to grow sweet potatoes in environmental friendly ways; to preserve the soil in good condition for the next planting season, and to promote sustainability. The Laem Phak Bia project is in Petchaburi, on the way to Prachuabkirikhan, where people learn to preserve the rain forest, and to filter waste water through 4 main measures: lagoon treatment, plant and grass filtration, constructed wetland, and mangrove forest filtration.