Ayeyarwady Foundation emphasized Inle Lake for three years of Conservation

Inle lake, one of top icons for Myanmar tourism and Myanmar environmental image, placed in the Shan Hills of Myanmar, was emphasized by Ayeyarwady Foundation for its conservation as an effort for three years to bring the golden age of lake back because water levels continue to decrease.

The foundation had steadily supported a multipurpose amphibian dredger‎ (HITACHI ZX210K-3 Amphibious Excavator) and a professional staff over three years to eliminate common emergent aquatic weeds, such as water iris, bulrush, tule, cattail, and water-borne algae.

Along with the vision of conservation for Inle lake, Ayeyarwady Foundation also performed to build the roads between thirty-four villages since 2016, which means supporting 800 million MMK for the costs of working process.