On March 23, 2023, at Phuc Son Commune Stadium (Anh Son District), people in Phuc Son, Khai Son, Duc Son, and Thanh Son communes were supported by BIOMASS FUEL VIETNAM CO., LTD., and the Sustainable Forest Management Component (VFBC) handed over more than 31000 seedlings under the witness of leaders of Phuc Son commune, Khai Son commune...
The company and the project together with the local government hand over trees to households
After obtaining the dual certificates of FSC-FM/COC and PEFC-FM/COC with local people with nearly 3000ha of planted forest in Anh Son district. In addition to improving the capacity and awareness of local people in afforestation and sustainable forest management, BIOMAS FUEL VIETNAM and the VFBC Sustainable Forest Management Component have supported all new tree varieties for sustainable growth and high yield, shipped directly from Long Thanh nursery, Quang Tri.
High quality seedlings at Long Thanh Nursery, Quang Tri
Transporting seedlings from Quang Tri to Anh Son, Nghe An
During the ceremony, the company and the project side directly handed over a sufficient number of seedlings to the people:
BIOMASS FUEL VIETNAM CO., LTD
USAID Funded VFBC Sustainable Forest Management Component
People give a deep thanks after receiving seedlings
People take souvenir photos with company
After completing the ceremony, the company and the project team moved with the people to the forest and planted the first trees together:
Together with people planting trees in the forest
Planting trees in the forest using the non-burning vegetation treatment method
Currently, the company and the project are supporting people to use non-burning plant treatment. That is, complete vegetation clearing, in bands or in groups suitable to site conditions and ecological characteristics of plant species, manually collect the vegetation and bring it to a safe place.
Plant treatment by non-burning methods has long been deployed by advanced countries in the world and has become a mandatory condition in the process of planting, tending and protecting forests. The timber output of planted forests is only exported and brings great value when certified for non-burning vegetation treatment. Therefore, treating plants without burning can be said to be a solution to protect and develop forests in accordance with the development trend of the world, meeting the province's goals on sustainable forest development, and improving forest values, stabilizing livelihoods based on forestry and, above all, benefiting the living environment.