1 Million Tree Campaign: Pledges

EDIT/UPDATE: The 1-Million Tree Challenge has been Moved to APRIL 6, 2010
Esperanza Garcia, PhilYCM Founder planting a seedling

CEBU – DENR in Region 7 has informed us that there are 400,000 seedling available.

PLEDGES made to plant for the 1 Million Tree Campaign Launching event for PhilYCM on April 6, 2010.

  • AKLAN – Filamer Christian College = 4,000
  • CEBU – Univ. of San Jose-Recoletos (According to Fr. Buhay) = 12,000
  • CEBU – University of the Visayas = 20,000
  • DAVAO – St. Mary’s College’s Environmental Organizations = 2,000
  • DAVAO – University of Immaculate Conception= 10, 000
  • DAVAO – MRP (Mangrove Rehabilitation Project) Green Project= 5, 000
  • DAVAO – Davao Oriental State College = 6,000
  • DAVAO – Davao del Norte State College = 5,000

If you want to make a pledge to plant a tree please feel free to leave a comment.


On March 28, 2010 – Iloilo Students’ Alliance for Nature and Development (i-STAND) held a Mangrove Planting and Growing Activity from 7:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M., in Brgy. Inayan, Leganes, Iloilo. This is in collaboration with the Philippine Youth Climate Movement (PhilYCM) 1-Million Tree Challenge.


4 thoughts on “1 Million Tree Campaign: Pledges

  1. I want to make a pledge to plant a tree for the 1 Million Tree Campaign event on PhilYCM on March 21, 2010.

    1. Hi!

      Thanks for the pledge and that’s great! Would just want to inform you that the 1-Million Tree Challenge has been moved to April 6, 2010 to inaugurate Earth Month in the Philippines. Hope you could join us then.


  2. Hi there. Great work! I am in Surigao del Norte. We would like to plant trees. We have seeds of plantation mahogany but we want to plant natives!

    Where can we get seedlings and seeds of narra, yakal, duyuk duyuk, tugas (hamayaon), lauan and apitong which are native to our island?

    We have been to visit DENR in Siargao and also Surigao City. DENR Siargao had nothing while DENR Surigao City had only plantation mahogany.


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