By J. Jala | 07:48 PM February 03, 2021
Personnel of Alicia Police Station joined the simultaneous tree planting activity on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. Photo: Alicia Police Station

Police personnel and community stakeholders in Bohol planted tree seedlings on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021, in a massive tree-planting activity in different towns.

The Bohol Police Provincial Office said all police units in the province took part in the simultaneous tree planting in selected sites within their areas of responsibility.

Personnel of Corella Police Station in partnership with the municipal agriculture office (MAO) headed by Alvin Malanog planted trees in Barangay Cancatac.

The activity started with an invocation followed by the reading and signing of the Pledge of Commitment.

Personnel of Corella Police Station joined the simultaneous tree planting activity on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. Photo: Corella Police Station

Malanog and Police Executive Master Sergeant Larie Lumbab in behalf of Major Julius Garcia gave their inspirational messages.

Team Clarin under Lt. Eleazar Mellomida planted trees in Barangay Tubod.

Team Alicia under the leadership of Lt. Edcel Petecio planted trees in Barangay Putlongcam.

Personnel of Clarin Police Station joined the simultaneous tree planting activity on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. Photo: Clarin Police Station

The seedlings comprised indigenous trees as well as various fruit-bearing and plantation trees..

The tree-planting sites were chosen through recommendations from the local government units and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

The planting activity was part of PNP’s core values on Pulis Makakalikasan (Pro-Environment) and guidance that aimed to protect and preserve mother nature through planting trees “for the next generation to come, that they may feel the bounties and serenity of Mother Earth.”

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