JIEC and RSCN ink agreement to create eco-friendly city in Jerash

President of the Department of Forestry in Jerash Agriculture Fayez Al-Harasheh told local media that the Department of Agriculture had started clearing weeds and grassy areas earlier this year, espec
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AMMAN — On Saturday, the Jordanian Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) and the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN) inked an agreement to create an eco-friendly agricultural and heritage tourism city in Jerash, covering an area of 210 dunums.اضافة اعلان

This move came after the Cabinet's approval to transform the nature of the Jerash industrial city project from an industrial city to an agricultural and heritage tourism city with a focus on environmental sustainability and utilizing Jerash’s natural characteristic and its local expertise in tourism, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.

During the signing of the agreement, JIEC Chairman Loay Sehwail emphasized its past experience in the governorate as well as its plan to benefit the people of Jerash with the transformation.

Meanwhile, RSCN will be responsible for conducting the required studies and designs to bring the project to life.

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