CSR News


April 7, 2016


The 6th Biodiversity Conservation Program in GLORY Yumesaki Forest

GLORY LTD. held the 6th Biodiversity Conservation Program in GLORY Yumesaki Forest on April 2, 2016, with 85 volunteers from the families of GLORY group companies and their partners participating.

GLORY, since 2011, has been promoting various activities for preserving biodiversity, such as by planting and thinning trees in local area, providing the opportunity for next generation children to learn and cherish nature and life and more. On the day of the program, the volunteers planted broadleaf trees of mountain maples, wild cherry trees and more, and also made bird nest boxes using timbers from forest thinning. Both children and parents enjoyed the program interacting with nature.

  • Planting broadleaf trees

    Planting broadleaf trees

  • Making bird nest boxes

    Making bird nest boxes

  • Installing bird nest box

    Installing bird nest box

  • Group photo

    Group photo


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