Infanta LGU says its nursery continues to thrive
The local government of Infanta proudly showed off the progress of its nursery, which has continued to thrive after it was established in 2010.
In a Facebook post, the Infanta local government said the 50 square meter nursery currently has 4,432 seedlings of Kamagong, Narra, Lipote, Cacao, Magic fruit, Lanzones, Bamboo, Rambutan, and other forest tree species.
These would be used by the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office for its rehabilitation and restoration projects, as well as for tree planting activities.
These also serve as the source of seedlings that couples who want to get married in Infanta have to plant, as required by a local ordinance, it said.
“Tuloy-tuloy lamang ang pagsasagawa ng mga proyekto ng LGU sa pangunguna ng ating mahal na Punong Bayan Filipina Grace R. America upang masigurado ang pagsusulong ng development sa ating bayan at pangangalaga sa ating kapaligiran at sa kalikasan,” it said on Facebook.
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