The University Pollution Control Office (UPCO) together with the Sugar Palm Research, Information and Trade (SPRNT) Center and CvSU Future Earth Philippines Committee conducted the Cavite State University (CvSU) Annual Tree Planting Activity within the vicinity of the University on July 18, 2022. A total of 100 seedlings were planted which comprise of 50 Dao (Dracontomelon dao) seedlings and 50 Kaong (Arenga pinnata) seedlings. The activity was headed by Mr. Junser P. Magpantay, University Pollution Control Officer and it was participated by University Administrative Council (Small).

CvSU Annual Tree Planting Activity was made successfully through the support of SPRINT Center and Physical Plant Services (PPS) for site preparation and assistance during the planting activity, University Civil Security Services (UCSS) and University Health Services Unit (UHSU) for ensuring the safety of the participants and Public Affairs and Communication Office (PACO) for photo documentation.




A total of 100 seedlings of Nangka (Artocarpus heterophyllus) were planted at the Newly Acquired Land, Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite. The activity was spearheaded by the University Pollution Control Office (UPCO) in collaboration with the Office of the UniversityPresident.
This was participated by the Administrative Council (Small) in compliance to the Cavite State University (CvSU) Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) conditions and Environmental Management Plan (EMP) issued by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources – Environmental Management Bureau (DENR-EMB).



The SPRINT Center, CvSU Administrative Council, SPRINT Center’s Research and Extension Team conduct a Ceremonial Kaong Planting Activity for the establishment of the SPRINT Center Sugar Palm Technology, Research, Innovation, and Production (STRIP) Area at Newly Acquired Land, Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite as part of the birthday celebration of its University President, Dr. Hernando D. Robles, and in celebration of 2022 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW).

A total of 100 kaong seedlings were planted in the SPRINT Center STRIP Area, which will serve as an experimentation area for kaong-related research and studies, a demonstration farm, and a production area. In addition, this will also help to increase the population of kaong.

The said activity is a joint effort of the SPRINT Center, University Pollution Control Office, Physical Plant and Services, Public Affairs and Communication Office, Civil Security Services, and University Health Services.