#Greening4SierraMadre: 11 Volunteers Help SAVE the Sierra Madres for our Protection

SierraMadre.jpg23 February 2019, Siniloan, Laguna.  Thank you to the following Students and Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE) eco-warriors for bolstering our joint efforts to restore one of Luzon’s critical watersheds in the Sierra Madre mountains, forming part also of the #Greening4SierraMadre campaign. They planted a total go 65 native Philippine forest  trees, including Bani, Malaruhat and Red & White Lauan.

Thank you SAVE Eco-Warriors !

Grace Balajadia- 5 seedlings Cristy Love Aguinaldo – 5 seedlings
Angeline Tan – 5 seedlings Jessiline Cheng – 5 seedlings
Jerico Gerodias – 5 seedlings Monique Ching – 10 seedlings
Alyssa Belda – 5 seedlings Marty Ching – 10 seedlings
Rebecca Gerodias – 5 seedlings Arjan Arsad – 5 seedlings
Katherine Pilongco – 10 seedlings

Laguna Quezon Land Grant, Siniloan, Laguna Site Photos

GPS Coordinates will be provided during the 1 month maintenance inspection.

Sierra Madre: Storm Buffer

“With the increasing incidence of devastating typhoons over the years, the slopes and peaks of Sierra Madre have stood their ground to buffer storms before they hit inland and create more havoc. But the Laguna-Quezon Land Grant (LQLG) team believes we may not have this luxury for long.

SierraMadreRange-Extent.png“The massive deforestation in the area has significantly weakened the mountain,” said For. Reynaldo E. Lorida, LQLG area manager.

This issue is being addressed by the LQLG team launching of the #Greening4SierraMadre campaign that took place during the LQLG 88th Foundation Day at Brgy. Magsaysay, Siniloan, Laguna on Feb. 9.

LQLG.jpgThe campaign encourages everyone to help save the Sierra Madre by planting and growing trees in the mountain range.”

Source: https://legacy.uplb.edu.ph/component/k2/918-laguna-quezon-land-grant-launches-greening4sierramadre-campaign

Contact FEED

FEED runs a number of Students and Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE)Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – such as mangrove planting for coastal protection or ridge reforestation plantings; One Child, One Tree; Bio-Intensive Gardens (BIG) for nutrition in public elementary schools and other spaces; Climate Change Survival 101 and other LIVING LEGACY programs – customised environmental engagement activities for individuals and organisations interested in contributing to climate change adaptation efforts and greening critical areas such as watersheds, ridges, and reefs that all require rehabilitation.

Tree-Planting with FEED: Video 

Check out the video journey by Clueless Commuter who planted with us last 24th of June 2017 to get a good idea of how FEED plantings go: https://youtu.be/KROn4rjVqBg


Contact us at FEED for more details, to join our regular activities or to design your own CSR Program: info@feed.org.ph or call/text +63 (0)917 552 4722.

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