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Crown Goes Green AGAIN!

Donor: Crown Worldwide Group
Date: 22st December 2013
No. of trees planted: 10,882 Trees

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Crow Relocations Tree Planting Sites in Khao Yai National Park (2010-2013)


  • reforestation
  • tree nursery
  • combat climate change
  • restore wildlife habitat
  • CSR

Latest Post from the Project Manager: Plant A Tree Today Foundation, known as PATT together with Crown planted 2,258 trees at Khao Yai again in 2013. This is the forth year since 2010 that PATT and Crown has created partnerships in reforestation together to offset Carbon Emissions and raise awareness on the global issue and save the planet.

Project Overview

Plant A Tree Today Foundation (PATT) established a native plant nursery which provides the foundation for ongoing sustainable forest restoration and community development projects in and around Khao Yai National Park since August 2008. In partnership and financial support from Crown Worldwide Group, the Khao Yai Forest Restoration Project was initiated in April 2010 to restore the forest and biological diversity of that area. This not only assists with conservation efforts in the region but also globally the reforestation will help to combat climate change and reduce the impact of climate change.


PATT‘s vision was to establish a nursery to provide the foundations for ongoing sustainable reforestation and community development projects in and around Khao Yai National Park. The nursery centre would also act as a training centre for local people and an environmental education facility.

Now we have to build up new nursery and needs support on the nursery as well as there are ongoing maintenance costs associated with the nursery and we are urgently looking for funding towards this aspect so that the valuable work in Khao Yai can continue.

Please contact us or if you are interested in supporting this nursery!

Project Details

The PATT nursery is used for producing native tree seedlings to restore degraded areas of Khao Yai National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The establishment of the nursery was made possible by funding from Raimon Land PLC, a Thailand property development company with a history of support for PATT Foundation.

This project is supported by: