Big Bag Wolf Reforestation
Big Bag Wolf and FPE are looking for volunteers to join the Tree Planting Partners for Forest Project Monitoring and Maintenance Activity this June 15. Credits to Big Bag Wolf.

Big Bag Wolf has partnered with the Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE) to match every bag sold with 5 trees to be planted by the company.

The Philippine-made wild bags company’s “1 Bag = 5 Trees to plant, Partners for Forest Project” launched in February 2019 is scheduled to have its tree planting activity in June.

An FPE report indicates the unique and oversized bags company is adopting a patch of rainforestation site in Marikina Watershed. Management of the site will be conducted by the community organization, Calawis Punlaan Bayan Inc. (CBPI).

READ: Globe and Hineleban Foundation helps Bukidnon rainforestation.

The reforestation project will have the site planted with native tree species. Additional fruit-bearing trees will be integrated in the tree planting to provide additional livelihood for the community.

“Big Bag Wolf sees to it that they give back to the environment. Fulfilling its commitment to become earth guardians, Big Bag Wolf has been championing the utilization of native tree species,” said FPE.

SEE: How Gina Lopez champions islands ecosystems.

Since Big Bag Wolf was established in July 2018, the bag company has donated towards two other FPE projects for biodiversity conservation and sustainable development, adds the environmental advocacy group.

Big Bag Wolf and FPE have announced they are looking for volunteers to join the Tree Planting Partners for Forest Project Monitoring and Maintenance Activity scheduled on June 15.

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