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26jul2016

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Horticulture and Landscape Management organizes Heritage Trees and Stonewall Trees Conservation Activities

Student Activity

Mr Isaac So, Landscape Architect, Highways Department was introducing the Chinese Banyans along Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard.

Mr Isaac So, Landscape Architect, Highways Department was introducing the Chinese Banyans along Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard.

Students were studying the stonewall trees in the King George V Memorial Park.

Students were studying the stonewall trees in the King George V Memorial Park.

Participants have visited different places and learnt about plants and tree management. (Top left: Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve; Top right: Tai Tong Plantations; Bottom left: Victoria Park; Bottom right: Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard)

Participants have visited different places and learnt about plants and tree management. (Top left: Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve; Top right: Tai Tong Plantations; Bottom left: Victoria Park; Bottom right: Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard)

The Faculty of Design and Environment would like to express our gratitude to the Highways Department for the support of the programme. From the right: (1) Dr. ZHANG Hao, Allen, Assistant Professor, THEi; (2) Miss NG Tze Kwun, Kathy, Chief Landscape Architect, Highways Department; (3) Mr. SO Shui Shan, Isaac, Landscape Architect, Highways Department; (4) Miss LAU Yat Ting, Karina, Assistant Landscape Officer, Highways Department.

The Faculty of Design and Environment would like to express our gratitude to the Highways Department for the support of the programme. From the right: (1) Dr. ZHANG Hao, Allen, Assistant Professor, THEi; (2) Miss NG Tze Kwun, Kathy, Chief Landscape Architect, Highways Department; (3) Mr. SO Shui Shan, Isaac, Landscape Architect, Highways Department; (4) Miss LAU Yat Ting, Karina, Assistant Landscape Officer, Highways Department.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Horticulture and Landscape Management organizes Heritage Trees and Stonewall Trees Conservation Activities

 

Urban Tree Conservation and Appreciation Secondary School Programme is sponsored by Environment and Conservation Fund and Environmental Campaign Committee and organized by Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Horticulture and Landscape Management, THEi. The last part of the programme is about Heritage Trees and Stonewall Trees Conservation. Mr Isaac So, Landscape Architect, Highways Department was invited to share the valuable experience in managing the old and valuable trees, as well as the stonewall trees on 16th July. Participants went to Bonham Road and King George V Memorial Park and learnt about the unique landscape of stonewall trees in our city last Saturday.

 

Please refer to  https://www.thei.edu.hk/events/UTCA or Facebook page: Urban Tree Conservation and Appreciation for the details of the above mentioned activities.