Network of 7 Mekong Isan provinces joins forces with all sectors to pilot fish sanctuaries protecting water species along Mekong river


On December 20, 2021, Mr. Kaewboonkhong Kotiwet committee “Valerie Hak Phaeng River of” Wiang Cook Subdistrict, Mueang Nong Khai District, Nong Khai Province, the company disclosed that after the meeting to plan the completion of the operation on December 8, 2021. On the other, the Board of Directors has continued to operate in a concrete way. Both Mekong fish releases laying buoys to create a fish sanctuary over 300 meters long after Rosario School Wiang Cook, Mueang Nong Khai, Nong Khai, ready to put up signs showing conservation boundary rules as well as public relations. The community forum informed the people of all villages to request cooperation in the implementation of such activities.

Mr. Krasan Panmeesri, a consultant, said the operation was a cooperative with the house, temples, schools, especially village leaders and Mekong fishermen in the area, who have sacrificed and let’s work together. Not for long, the area will be a rehabilitation facility for aquatic species and a fish house to provide refuge.

It was also revealed by Bishop Patakchai Jaruthammo, Abbot Wat Hai Sok, Sangkhom district, Nong Khai Social Reserve after the Department of Fisheries and the Mekong Community Organizations Network Association of 7 Northeastern Provinces (KSK) has piloted the preparation of wild cloths, and fish fund in front of the temple at Wat Hai Sok. There are many temples and communities asked to join the program. Now there are more and more reserves at Wat Pak Nam Hoi, Ban Tat Serm, Ban Muang Nong Khai, Sangkhom District and the spot behind Sorio School. Wiang Cook, Mueang Nong Khai, Nong Khai, which will lead the governor of Nong Khai Province. On the occasion of traveling to Wat Hai Sok to release fish and plant citronella on December 28, 2021 learning on how to advance the needs of the community to restore the help of aquatic resources in the Mekong River. Omboon Thipsuna, secretary-general of the NCPO, said the operation’s moves said that building dams on the Mekong River had a significant impact on ecosystems and aquatic resources.

In addition to the above-mentioned activities, the D.C. Council has joined with the Department of Fisheries to study the Mekong ecosystem to study the impact on plants in the Mekong River, such as the Mekong persimmon, to find ways to restore tissue cultivation to propagate algae or gai on the Mekong River, caused by the sediment-free Mekong phenomenon and to find ways to utilize it in the field of processing. It is another plan that the network has tried to accelerate coordination with all sectors.


Source: Nongkhai Online News, Pattarawin Leepan

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