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Environment Workshop at a School in Berkane

By Lahcen Ben Moula 

The High Atlas Foundation (HAF), which is pioneering the production and distribution of fruit trees, organized an environmental workshop for the benefit of secondary school students at Abi Bakr Al-Razi, in the city of Berkane, in partnership with the Association of Parents and Parents of Students and the Administrative and Educational Staff of the High School. 

Through this workshop, the students learned about the importance of preserving the environment and the important roles that trees play in nature in maintaining a clean climate and producing oxygen. 

This workshop was also organized in order to learn the stages of planting trees and the correct way to put them in the soil in order to ensure that they grow properly. 

In conclusion, the students planted more than 30 seedlings in order to create a clean and beautiful educational space within the institution. They also expressed their desire to participate in such environmental workshops because of their role in sustaining life and preserving the future of future generations.

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