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CEPMO to lead Pine Tree Fest Committee
by Jho Arranz

City Environment and Parks Management Officer Cordelia Lacsamana will chair the Pine Tree Festival Committee recently created by Acting Mayor Edison Bilog.

Councilor Elaine Sembrano will be the co-chair of the committee.

Members include the representative of Baguio, city tourism officer, public information officer, budget officer, president of the Liga ng mga Barangay, representative from the Baguio Re-greening Movement, Alay sa Kalinisan, Inc., Baguio Water District, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Commission on Higher Education, Department of Education, private schools, Regional Multi-Environment and Natural Resources Protection Committee, and three representatives from the private sector.

The committee will formulate the guidelines and the schedule of activities for the Pine Tree Festival.

“The City of Baguio has declared June, July, and September of each year as “Tree Planting Months” or “Pine Tree Festival” to instill awareness among the people on the present state of the environment, the importance or pine trees, and all laws, issuances, ordinances, and policies,” said Bilog.

“Citizens of the City of Baguio from all walks of life are urged to participate in the tree planting and tree nurturing activities as well as concerned government and private agencies to share in the advocacy programs concerning pine trees, tree planting and tree nurturing activities,” added Bilog.

Meanwhile, under Executive Order 26, s. 2011, “All students, identified by the Department of Education and Ched and all government employees shall be individually required to plant a minimum of ten seedlings per pear in areas determined by the Convergence Initiative. Private sectors and civil society groups shall likewise be encouraged to participate in the NGP”.


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