Bohol, February 3, 2024 – In a heartwarming display of unity and environmental stewardship, the Bohol Provincial Environment Management Office (BPEMO), DENR-CENRO Talibon, Philippine Army, and the community in Brgy. Canawa, Candijay joined forces on February 2, 2024, to celebrate World Wetlands Day through a meaningful tree planting activity.
The collaborative effort aimed at preserving the delicate balance of wetland ecosystems, a crucial component of the province’s environmental landscape.
The event took place in Canawa, Candijay, Bohol, and brought together enthusiastic participants from various sectors.
The successful initiative owes its triumph to the dedication of everyone involved. The collective effort of the participants has taken a significant step toward ensuring the preservation of wetlands and promoting a sustainable environment in Bohol.
Expressing gratitude to all who participated, the organizers emphasized the importance of such endeavors in creating a positive impact on the environment.
Trees planted near wetland areas play a vital role in enhancing ecosystems, providing habitats for diverse species, and contributing to the overall well-being of these essential environments.
With the success of this tree planting activity, the call for ongoing commitment to wetlands conservation resonates louder. The organizers encourage individuals and communities to partake in similar initiatives, fostering a sense of responsibility towards the environment.
As World Wetlands Day becomes an annual reminder, the message is clear: planting trees near wetlands is a powerful act of environmental conservation. Let’s all join hands in celebrating and protecting our wetlands through tree planting, contributing to a greener and more sustainable future.