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Redwood Org to receive second billing transaction

 

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pon the completion of signatories of the reforestation committee, Redwood Organization of Tanulong, Sagada Mountain Province will receive their second billing transaction for nursery establishment for nine hectares reforestation and three hectares Assisted Natural Regeneration (ANR) sub-project.

 

Redwood organization is a sectoral group of women endorse by the BLGU to implement reforestation project identified by the community as additional project during PPIP review conducted last April 2012.

 

After identifying Libliban and Pangwaw watershed of the barangay as the reforestation sites and qualify by the validation team for reforestation project, the officers of the organization participated in the Comprehensive Site Development Plan training(CSD) on November 13-15, 2012. The group plan to reforest the watershed with pine trees.

 

On March 13, 2013, the organization received their first billing which is the 50% of the total project cost as mobilization fund. With the fund, the organization started the nursery establishment. The group clear, level the nursery site and potted and sow pine trees. Two nurseries are being established with 20,000pieces of pine seedlings ready for planting and wait  for the germination of the 10,000 pieces pine seeds.

 

The organization requested for nursery validation on July 4, 2013. The refo-committee validation team validated on July 30, 2013.

 

The organization is now preparing the sites for plantation. //Edna Banga-an, CMO-Tanulong and Madongo, Sagada, Mt. Province

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