August 09, 2018
Miriam College Supports the Propagation of Premium Threatened Native TreesFacebook Twitter
Miriam College, a premier Filipino Catholic education institution, has teamed up with geothermal leader Energy Development Corporation’s (EDC) BINHI program to preserve premium threatened native tree species. A total of 25 trees from 11 different native tree species were planted in the Mini Forest Park located in Miriam College’s Loyola Heights campus in Quezon City last July 12th. The activity is part of the Maryknoll College High School Batch 1968 golden jubilee anniversary. Present during the activity were (back row, from left): Dr. Carlo Garcia, Miriam College Environmental Studies Institute (ESI) Head; Hazel Velasco, First Philippine Holdings Integrated Corporate Communications Assistant Manager; Dr. Gail Galang, Miriam College Institutional Partnerships and Programs Office Head; Dr. Rosario Lapus, Miriam College President; Maryknoll College Batch 1968 representatives Marite Laviña, Malu Padilla, Dolly del Rosario, Cynthia Arteficio, Missy Unson, Eppi Crisologo, Yvonne Lago, Monina Valencia, and Myra Zuñiga; Joseph Server, Joseph Server Associates President; Jimson Solatre, EDC Watershed Management Supervisor; Alex Cheng, EDC Watershed Management Analyst; Mary Ann Arcega, Miriam College Special Projects Coordinator; Eric Buado, Miriam College ESI personnel; (front row, from left) Ronino Gibe, EDC Corporate Social Responsibility Officer; and Ernesto De Guzman, EDC Consultant.