It’s a joint effort of government, private, and nonprofit sectors. The Saudi Press Agency stated that Tamala’s directory board and general assembly includes 29 members with experience in the agricultural sector.
Tamala was formed to uplift the Tabuk region’s farmers and provide high-quality agricultural products for tourist destinations developed by RSG, said RSG CEO John Pagano.
“This is a national wealth that Tamala will invest, develop, and support by all possible means to achieve environmental, social, and economic sustainability in this vital sector.”
Abdullah Al-Dubaikhi, Tamala chairman, noted that the establishment will benefit more than 3,000 farms in the Tabuk region and promote the kingdom’s overall agricultural sector.
In June, RSG opened the doors of its first mangrove nursery, aiming to plant 50 million trees by 2030. The seedlings of the mangroves will be looked after in the nursery for around eight months until they grow to 80cm. Afterward, they will be transplanted in allocated mangrove parks within the destination.
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