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Lantau Conservation Fund 2021-2022 approves 13 projects
     The Sustainable Lantau Office (SLO) of the Civil Engineering and Development Department announced today (September 30) that 13 projects were approved in the 2021-2022 round of the Lantau Conservation Fund (LCF), involving a total amount of about $33 million.
     A total of 31 projects of about $88 million have been approved since the inception of the LCF in 2020.

     The projects approved in the latest round of the LCF include a conservation management agreement project at Lantau Mountain Camp, Yi Tung Shan, nine research projects and three education and engagement projects. They cover animal ecology, amphibians, stream ecology, wetland functions, insect ecology, farming history and stilt house culture.
     The $1 billion LCF provides financial support to eligible organisations and post-secondary education institutions to conduct research and education and engagement projects, or collaborate with local communities and landowners to carry out conservation and related projects on Lantau.
     Through the implementation of these conservation projects, the LCF aims to raise community awareness on the conservation of Lantau and to engage the community to put conservation into practice, so as to foster a sustainable quality living environment.
     The LCF will accept applications for the 2022-2023 round by the end of this year. For details of the LCF, application results and next round of applications, please visit the LCF's website (www.lcf.gov.hk), the SLO's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/lantauhk), or call 2153 2739.
Ends/Friday, September 30, 2022
Issued at HKT 11:00
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