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Reforestation caravan

Reforestation caravan

Employee-volunteers of Philippine Seven Corp. (7-Eleven) join the Philippine Business for Social Progress during the organization’s kick-off of this year’s reforestation caravan in the Upper Marikina River Basin Protected Landscape popularly known as the Marikina Watershed in Calawis, Antipolo, Rizal.  The company’s executives led 45 employee-volunteers in planting 1,250 native fruit-bearing seedlings on two hectares of the watershed. This marks the company’s fourth year of participating in the reforestation initiatives in the Marikina Watershed.

Topics: Philippine Seven Corp , Philippine Business for Social Progress , Marikina Watershed
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