Summer Youth Camp 2018

Summer Youth Camp 2018

Originally posted by Burn Gutierrez:

CALLING all F.L.Y. Campers!

FLY SummerYouthCamp2018 na!!!

The FLY Summer camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted by Angat Pilipinas Coalition for Financial Literacy during the summer months. Children and adolescents who attend our summer camps are known as F.L.Y. campers.

Why should you attend the FLY Camp?

+Learn different life skills and survival hacks +Make new friends +Explore and conserve Taal Lake +Learn how to save money by planting and cooking +Learn how to make money this summer and beyond +Discover Filipino culture and history +Sing and dance +Nature photography +Make arts and crafts +Experience something new +Have fun!

Kids from different educational systems and models will learn, play, sing, and work together to learn personal financial literacy, entrepreneurship, basic first aid, arts, music, nature conservation, kayaking, fishing, and many more!

Register at the link below for this once in a year awesome experience! >>http://bit.ly/FLYSummerYouthCamp2018
Visit our event page https://www.facebook.com/events/185232292113720

For more details about the FLY SummerYouthCamp2018, contact 09778073224 or email angatpilipinasFL@gmail.com.

The FLY SummerYouthCamp2018 is brought to you by Angat Pilipinas-FLY Youth Camp, Pusod, Inc., Truly Rich Club, and Philippine Red Cross.

Land Delineation

Land Delineation

Day 1: J. M. Lontok Land Survey Services, led by Geodetic Engr. Michael Monteza, was commissioned by Ayala Land Inc to conduct land delineation within the Ayala property. The target site is what they called “R1” with a measurement of 84.5h. Temporary markers were installed.

Corner 1 up to corner 9 has a distance of 1.3km. Connecting from corner 9 to corner 12 measures 500meters.

Land delineation is necessary to know the exact boundaries of the property. With these activity, planting site and restrictions from wildling collection were identified.

Part of Ayala Carbon Forest Project in Alaminos.

Day 2: Continuation of the boundary delineation by sticking method was done to be able to lay-out corners covering the R1. Corners 32-39 measures 355 meters. While the distance from 39 to corner 1 is 600 meters. T4 Expressway by the DPWH will traverse between R1 & R3, that measures 60 meters.

R3 is located near at the back of BellaVita Subdivision. It has a 5.9 hectares and dominated by coconut trees. It was completely delineated.

This project is funded by the Ayala Land Inc. Under the Alaminos Carbon Forest Project.

Day 3 : Started at corner 31 up to corner 12 of R1. About a 1.3km distance were layed out. R1 was already completed. It has thick vegetative cover and few patches of vacant area that will be planted by native tree species.

We hit the last to be delineated the R2. R2-11 – R2-7 has a measurements of 1.154km. Corner R2 – 7- R2- has a distance of 68 meters.

R2 is popularly known as “Dell Valle” as what the local called. We observed a thick vegetative cover in this area.

Under the Ayala Carbon Forest Project in Alaminos implemented by Pusod, Inc.

Looking for Native Trees

Looking for Native Trees

Pusod, Inc. is looking for suppliers of seeds or seedlings 1-2 month old native trees (south luzon area preferrably) for a Carbon Forest Project located in Alaminos, Laguna. We are looking to grow about 60,000 native trees and we highly encourage a wide range of native trees species.

Kindly send us a letter of intent (LOI) which includes the price list and volume, by email to annhazel@pusod.org with copy to jayo@pusod.org

Wildling Collections and Growth Chamber Construction

Wildling Collections and Growth Chamber Construction

Wildling collections and growth chamber demonstration was the main activity after the lecture on nursery management and seedling propagation.

The objectives is to assist the community in the identification of species for wildling collection, to train the community in the proper collection, transport and handling of wildlings and to train the community in proper management of seedlings in the nursery (orientation and timing of planting).

This project is funded by the Ayala Land Inc. under the Alaminos Carbon Forest Project.