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The RFD - Ratchaburi Holding Invites Community Forests to Join The “2017 Love the Forest and the Community” Contest Program To win the HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s Trophy

The Royal Forest Department (RFD), in partnership with Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Public Company Limited (Ratchaburi Holding), invites communities nationwide to participate in the ‘2017 Love the Forest and the Community’ contest program under the “sustainable community forests for the benefit of communities” concept. The program has been organized for 10 consecutive years to encourage the community forests that have implemented systematic forest conservation processes and strong community participation. The program will also identify the best community forest on “using the King science for community forest development” for the land, water and forest areas. This will follow His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s intention to conserve forest sufficiency.

The prizes are divided into four categories including the national community forest that will be granted the HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy and a BHT 200,000 Community Forest Conservation Fund. Three runner up community forest prizes will be granted including a honorary plaque and a BHT 100,000 Community Forest Conservation Fund. 68 Provincial model community forest awards will be granted a honorary plaque and a BHT 25,000 support fund and 68 Consolation prizes will be granted a BHT 10,000 support fund. In addition, the program has an annual special award, the best community forest for “using the King science for community forest development” award with a honorary plaque and a BHT 100,000 Community Forest Conservation Fund. Three runner up community forest prizes will be granted a BHT 25,000 supporting fund. In total there are 144 prizes.

Interested community forests can contact and apply from now until March 15, 2017 at “Forest Resource Management offices nationwide” or download the application form from the RFD website: www.forest.go.th. More information, contact the Forest Management Bureau at 0 2561 4292-93 #5639.

Click here to download an application form

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