KOFPI Offers Forest Week to Educate on Return on Mountainous Areas
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KOFPI Offers Forest Week to Educate on Return on Mountainous Areas
Program is summer educational class designed to provide basic information on the return to mountainous areas and educate on preparations

27(Wed), Oct, 2021




President Lee Kang-oh of Korea Forestry Promotion Institute (KOFPI).




Korea Forestry Promotion Institute (KOFPI) is conducting “The Forest Week,” an educational program designed to train people on basic education on their return to mountainous areas from Aug. 30 to Sept. 3.

 

In particular, the program is offered online to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and promote trainees’ approach convenience.


Forest Week is a summer educational class designed to provide basic information on the return to mountainous areas and educate on preparations.


On the curriculum is how to cultivate shitake mushrooms, success stories on artificial forestation and cultivating plants, forestry tourism businesses and market exploration, and on-line marketing activities.


The program lasts from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. every day. The program is conducted on line, but unlike the conventional on-line education, the Forest Week is recognized for the completion of the curriculum for the qualification for “forestry successors,” startup funds for returning to mountainous areas and others.

 
Those who find it hard to educate on the curriculum of the Forest Week can take “Return to Mountains Academy.” The academy will be operated on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for the second, third and fourth week of November.


KOFPI President Lee Kang-oh said, “We’ll make it a guide to a happy mountainous life by offering educational programs with high satisfaction amidst declining educational opportunities, caused by the pandemic.”





Korea Forestry Promotion Institute KOFPI is conducting a prior aerial survey designed to spot forestry areas suspected of infection with pine wood nematode in cooperation with Korea Forest Service (KFS) and local autonomous bodies. (Photos: KOFPI)





KOFPI Conducts Prior Aerial Survey to Prevent Pine Wood Nematode


KOFPI is conducting a prior aerial survey designed to spot forestry areas suspected of infection with pine wood nematode in cooperation with Korea Forest Service (KFS) and local autonomous bodies until the end of September.


The survey is focusing on forestry areas infected with pine wood nematode and its surrounding areas. It is designed to discover pine trees suspected of pine wood nematode as soon as possible and conduct disinfection steps to prevent the disease to other areas.






The Wide Ginseng Anti-Aging Ginseng Expo 2021 Hamyang, Korea raised its curtain for a 31-day run on Sept. 10.




KOFPI Publicizes Homegrown Wild Ginseng Abroad


The Wide Ginseng Anti-Aging Ginseng Expo 2021 Hamyang, Korea raised its curtain for a 31-day run on Sept. 10.


The Expo gets under way in the Hamayng Country area in Gyeongsangnam-do until Oct. 10 under the topic “1,000 Years of Wild Ginseng, The Dream of Extending the Human Lifespan.”




   
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