Recognizing the significance of trees for our survival, two more tree planting activities were conducted in the University before the year ends.

“As we plant today, we are thinking about and acting upon the future. This is CvSU’s contribution to humanity.” This was the message of Dr. Hernando D. Robles during the Ceremonial Kaong Tree Planting Activity at the Sugar Palm Technology, Research, Innovation, and Production (STRIP) Area on 24 November 2022. A total of 100 kaong seedlings were planted by the members of the Administrative Council in the area which will also serve as an experimentation area for kaong-related research and studies, a demonstration farm, and a production area.

Meanwhile, on 20 September 2022, another 100 seedlings of nangka (Artocarpus heterophyllus) were planted by the Admin Council members in the zone referred to as the Newly Acquired Land of the University.

Both activities were spearheaded by the University Pollution Control Office (UPCO) headed by For. Junser Magpantay.