Five hundred bamboo seedlings were planted in communities within Taytay, Rizal during a municipal-wide activity as part of the Ynares Eco System to Green Program.
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By Khriscielle YalaoFive hundred bamboo seedlings were planted in communities within Taytay, Rizal during a municipal-wide activity held on Thursday, Jan. 20, as part of the Ynares Eco System (YES) to Green Program.The YES to Green program is the local government’s response to drastic environmental changes brought about by the climate crisis. It was also launched in preparation for unexpected natural disasters that may hit the province.
Bamboo seedlings were distributed and planted in three barangays in Taytay.The local government said 100 seedlings were distributed in Simona Subdivision, Brgy. San Isidro; 100 seedlings in Lower Purok 17, Brgy. San Juan; and 300 seedlings in Sitio Sala, Brgy. San Juan.Read more: Manila Bulletin News »
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