NPO Peace & Nature is engaged in Rokko forest development activities as an initiative of the SDGs. Peace & Nature is active near the summit of Mt. Kincho, which is adjacent to the mountain trail that connects Hokura Shrine to Fubukiiwa. Some of the trees that have been planted due to the installation of the heliport for the tower replacement work will be cut down at the end of January. In order to leave as many trees as possible, we will hold an urgent transplant workshop this time. Would you like to contribute to the global environment together at the beginning of 2021? We look forward to your participation.
[Date and time] January 9th (Sat), 10th (Sun), 11th (Mon) (Cancelled in case of rain or bad weather)
(In case of cancellation, we will contact you at around 7 am on the day of the event)
[Meeting] 9:00 (Hankyu Okamoto Station South Exit 50m east side parking lot)
Please note that it will be implemented under measures to prevent corona infection. (Number of participants recruited: 30)
[Participation fee] Peace & Nature members: 500 yen, non-members: 1,000 yen
Elementary school students (members: free, non-members: 500 yen) (free for children under elementary school age)
[What to bring] Lunch box, drink, leisure sheet, work gloves, towel, mask,
Water for watering (range that can be carried in 2 L or more) (* Helmet will be prepared)
[Clothes for work] Clothes such as long sleeves and long trousers that can be touched by trees. Shoes suitable for mountain activities.
(Kinchozan: 338m above sea level)
9:00 Meeting (Hankyu Okamoto Station South Exit 50m east side parking lot)
10:15 Arrival at “P & N Rokko no Mori Area”
10: 30-14: 00 Forest-building activity (transplantation), lunch
15:00 Dissolution (Hankyu Okamoto Station)