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10K Trees Planted To Mitigate Flooding In Oriental Mindoro

A town in Oriental Mindoro has started to plant bamboo and native trees on its riverside to prevent flooding in the province.

Zamboanga City Officials Call For Action To Conserve Wetlands

The Zamboanga City environment office pushed the public to give hands to the government in preserving the wetlands in their communities.

Ilocos Norte’s Organic Veggie Gardens Help Boost Food Security

Ilocos Norte's “Gulayan sa Barangay” will be improved as the coordinators aim to have each village have its organically-grown food.

DILG: Urban Gardening In Villages To Help Boost Food Security

The Department of the Interior and Local Government rolled out its urban gardening program to ensure food security in the country.

Senator Villar Joins Tree Planting In Iloilo

Senator Cynthia Villar took part and encouraged others to join in the tree-planting efforts in Iloilo.

Contractors Of DPWH Flood Control Projects To Plant More Trees

The Department of Public Works and Highways mandated all contractors under the flood control projects to plant more trees nationwide.

Bureau Of Customs Employees Plant 4.5K Tree Seedlings Nationwide

Numerous officials and employees from the Bureau of Customs held a tree-planting activity nationwide to strengthen the country's flood resilience capability.

Artists Volunteer For Tree-Planting Activity At La Mesa Watershed

Nestle Philippines has partnered with GMA Network Sparkle artists in continuing their planting initiative for reforestation in the country.

14K Trees Planted In Iloilo City Since 2019

Since 2019, Iloilo City has maintained the balance between growing urbanization and a green landscape through the different species planted in the area. 

Free Seeds For Cordillera Urban Folks To Boost Urban Agriculture

The Department of Agriculture urged residents from Cordillera to avail of free seeds from the agency to easily grow food at their homes.