At the Field Society’s “Observation Forest and Water Spot Forest Creation on Mt. Zenki: In Pursuit of Bio-diversity,” Yuta Inamoto of Keihanna Commemorative Park, managed and operated by Ueyakato Landscape, served as an advisor and Minami Asada of our Environmental Culture Planning Division participated as an assistant.
Together with Kyoto citizens, we used trees, branches and rocks at the site to repair the water spot and provided some advice about how to create forests that take bio-diversity into account.
Field Society/Honen-in Temple Forest Center
Keihanna Commemorative Park
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