CDC leads tree-planting activity with DENR at Boy Scout Jamboree
The Clark Development Corp. (CDC) in cooperation with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) conducted a tree planting activity at the Boy Scout Jamboree Site along the Creek Side road, according to the officials.
The project is part of the state-run firm’s “green initiative.”
During the activity, some 75 seedlings of narra and molave were planted, according to a CDC statement.
CDC President and CEO Manuel Gaerlan led the occasion and shared the significance of planting more trees in the area.
“Clark is now becoming a green and sustainable city that is striving to balance ecological, economic, and social needs to ensure a clean, healthy, and safe environment now and for the generations to come,” he said.
CDC Environmental Permits Division (EPD) headed by Engr. Rogelio Magat spearheaded the activity and partnered with DENR to ensure the successful conduct of the event.
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