Zain KSA supports tree planting in Um Al Shogog national park

Wednesday 24 November 2021 | 14:37 CET | News
Zain KSA has announced the reforestation and rehabilitation of the "Um Al Shogog" campaign in partnership with the Environmental Green Horizons Society. Zain KSA employees have worked with the local community as well as the Society's volunteers to plant seedlings and trees in the national park after decades of soil and vegetation degradation. This will create an attractive environment for outdoor leisure activities, ecotourism, and rich bee pastures.

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