• Training on infertility management in dairy cattle underway

    Practical sessions being done
    Practical sessions being done

    18-26 January, Tsirang: To orient the veterinary officers and breeding focal persons of the region on estrus synchronisation and fertility management in cattle, the Regional Livestock Development Centre (RLDC), Wangdue is organising a nine day training at Mendrelgang.

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  • Distribution of RNR extension manual

    The Annual RNR Extension Manual (Diary) 2015 is ready for distribution. Therefore, all agencies/departments are requested to collect the manual from ICS during office hours.

    Please contact Mr. Choidup Zangpo @ 02323765 for any queries.

    – ICS

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  • Familiarisation trip for tour operators and guides at Lampelri park

    Familirization tour 27111 January, Lampelri. Nature Recreation and Ecotourism Division (NRED), Department of Forests and Park Services organised a familiarisation trip to The Royal Botanical Park in Lampelri for tour operators and guides. The visit aimed to create awareness of the facilities and services available at the park. With this trip, it is expected that the tour operators and guides will now include visits to The Royal Botanic Park in their itineraries.

    Mrs Pat Darlington, an Australian Volunteer for Environment Education, facilitated the guide tour to Serichu track, rhododendron garden, bamboo grove, orchid house, yak camp, Baritsho Lake and the camp site. The guided trip included bird watching and an introduction to a beautiful broad-leaved forest of rhododendron, oak, breech and other plants present at the park to help tour guides learn about Bhutan’s natural environment and conservation as well as inspire support for the preservation of our country’s rich ecological and cultural heritage.

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  • Picture Story

    unnamed (1)14 January, Thimphu: The project coordination unit (PCU) for MAGIP presented its second quarter progress report (October-December 2014) in a meeting chaired by the Hon’ble Lyonpo Yeshey Dorji. Also present were its sector managers, focal points and official from the Policy and Planning Division.

    Reviewing the progress, Lyonpo directed the PCU to come up with the detailed progress report and present it in the next meeting.

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