San Fernando plants 200 trees at Cutud cruxifixion site
The City Government of San Fernando on June 25 celebrated Philippine Arboy day by planting 200 fruit-bearing trees at the Lenten cruxifixion site in Barangay San Pedro Cutud.
San Fernando City Mayor Edwin Santiago said the city government aims to plant a minimum of 2,000 trees each year.
This is in line with the San Fernando city government’s goal to achieve environment sustainability and food security.
Tree-planting activities were also simultaneously conducted in the other 34 barangays in the city.
“We want every Fernandino to consider planting as a regular practice. Trees and plants are very beneficial not only in terms of fighting the adverse effects of climate change but also in increasing food productivity in our city,” Santiago said.#
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