Conservation of Threatened and Endangered Species of Gymnosperm in Northwest of Vietnam has been continuing with the planting 400 saplings of Gymnosperm species. This activity is part of efforts to conserve rare, vulnerable, and endangered Gymnosperm species found in the northwest of Vietnam.

The project was undertake n further ex-situ conservation through participatory conservation activities involving local people, park staffs and British Embassy staff; they helped to plant 400 gymnosperm saplings at Cuc Phuong National Park (the project was to upgrade the ex-situ Gymnosperm Conservation Center previously established at Cuc Phuong National Park through the First Gymnosperm Conservation at Cuc Phuong National Park project grant sponsored by RSG). The project has been developing a living gene bank of gymnosperm species through the gemination of cuttings and propagation experiments in Cuc Phuong nursery, and to transfer them to the ex-situ Gymnosperm Conservation Cente

Cuc Phuong National Park - Conservation of Species