In partnership with Mahintana Foundation Inc., three different organizations conducted tree growing activities in the different sites that support the Ridge-to-Reef Program’s efforts in environmental conservation and raising awareness in the communities. A total of 5,700 hills were planted as a results of the said activities.
On June 23, 2019, a total of 500 hills of assorted fruit and forest trees were planted at Prk. 20, Lower Nopol, Brgy. Mabuhay, General Santos City by the Maharlika Action Group Task Force (MAGTF). While on the 25th of the same month, 350 participants from Barangay Council of Klinan 6 and Klinan 6 Integrated School Parents, Teachers and students planted a total 1000 hills of assorted forest trees at Brgy. Klinan 6, Polomolok, South Cotabato. Lastly, Polomolok Water District (PolWD) conducted a tree growing activity on June 29, 2019 at Sitio Miranda, Brgy. Maligo to celebrate the 2019 World Environment Day and 12th Gamtabung Amtutong with a total of 4,200 hills planted. The participants include other stakeholders namely, Local Government Unit of Polomolok (LGU – Polomolok)/ Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO) – Philippine National Police (PNP) – Polomolok, Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineering (PSME) – Polomolok, Landbank – Polomolok, Catholic Women’s League (CWL) – Polomolok Socsksargen Raiders Team (SRT), and Mahintana Foundation, Inc. (MFI).