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//Tree Planting Activity at LPPCHEA
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To plant trees is to give body and life to one’s dreams of a better world. – Russell Page

Join us in restoring Las Pinas – Paranaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area, known as the “last bastion” in Metro Manila, shelters a 36-hectare mangrove forest. It serves as a sanctuary to over eighty (80) species of birds, migratory and resident.

Project Objectives:

🌱 Raise awareness of the importance of planting and saving trees in our society;
🌱 Express our concern to the environment, and lessen the bad effects of climate change;
🌱 Improve the urban environment through planting trees;
🌱 Facilitate collaboration with community groups and individuals to find solutions to urban environmental

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Details:

P50 per volunteer (Environmental fee and seedlings).

Steps to register:

Step 1: Register with UTROS in Philippines Tree Planting Google Form.
Step 2: Confirm your registration, email us at utros.info@gmail.com or send a private message on www.facebook.com/utrosinphil
Step 3: Send confirmation

Join our tree planting activity by registering through our Google form here.

Proper Attire:

👕 Dark-colored or green shirt
👖Pants
👟Shoes or Rainboots

Participants Need to Bring:

🌱 Gardening gloves “Reusable or Rubber” (Optional but recommended)
🌱 Extra shirt, extra pants, and extra footwear
🌱 Personal hygiene items
🌱 Water tumbler (DENR prohibited the use of plastics inside the vicinity)
🌱 Face towel or handkerchief (Have something to wipe that dirt off with)
🌱 Raincoat or Folding Umbrella

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: Is transportation available?
A: Participants are responsible for their own travel or if you want an arrangement, you can email us at utros.info@gmail.com
Q: Can children or high school student volunteers register?
A: Minors must be accompanied by an authorized adult guardian(s).
Q: Where does my registration fee go to?
A: Your payment goes directly to LPPCHEA Environmental fee and seedlings.

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