15 December 2019, Siniloan, Laguna – Sierra Madre Mountain Range. 15 super enthusiastic Earth Keepers organised their own tree planting of 75 native Philippine forest trees in the Sierra Madre Mountain Range his 15th of December, to “give back to Mother Nature”.
Thank you beautiful Earth Keepers, may the Forest be with you always!
|1||Celine Tingzon||9||Jaeward Cacay|
|2||Kim Tingzon||10||Ton Ordan|
|3||Joshua Robles||11||Jericho Sunga|
|4||Kamei Nogoy||12||Katrina Mae Leal|
|5||Chinnee Reyes||13||Michael Bautista|
|6||Zandro Valencia||14||Marie Benjamin Bernas|
|7||Muriel Eguac||15||Aljo de Ungria|
|8||Joyce De Lara-Cacay|
GPS Coordinates of the Planting Site, Siniloan, Laguna
Use any GPS (Global Positioning System) software / applications to input the latitude and longitude coordinates to be able to remotely see the location of your trees planted. Some examples include:
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