Mahintana grows trees at SEED Farm for upcoming anniversary

Clockwise from left: Ptr. Ruiz Espanol, Mr. Roel Ian Blanker (program manager for Institution-Building & Governance), project staff, Ms. Liza Hora (Executive Director), & Ms. Grace Miguel (Accountant)

As part of the area development activities of the Sustainable Eco-tourism and Environment-based Innovations Demonstration (SEED) Farm of Mahintana Foundation, Inc., a tree growing activity was conducted at the perimeter of the fenced area. This is also in line with the launching activity of the monthlong celebration of Mahintana’s 44th Foundation Anniversary.

L: Mahintana staff during the tree growing at the hillside area; Upper Right: Mahintana staff completing the tree growing, Mt. Matutum in the background; Lower Right: view of the SEED Farm from the hillside

Mahintana Foundation, Inc., through its president Mr. Martiniano L. Magdolot, executive director Ms. Liza D. Hora, and around 26 Mahintana staff (program managers and project staff) celebrated by planting seedlings.

Ptr. Ruiz P. Espanol led the prayer and dedication for the area. Mr. Iyad A. Tantong, project officer for the Gully Tree Planting project gave an orientation of the proper way of planting seedlings. The staff could tie ribbons around the stakes to mark their planted seedlings.

Through the activity, the group planted 430 hills of forest and fruit trees: 150 seedlings of Lauan, 150 seedlings of nabol, 100 seedlings of chestnut and 30 seedlings of mangosteen, rambutan, and lanzones.

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