Metro Carigara Water District’s “Adopt-A-Tree” Water Stewardship Program Year 5
Humanity needs water, and every drop is precious. Every 22nd day of March is a celebration of World Water Day. This is an international fete focusing everyone’s attention on the importance of water and advocating for the sustainable management of potable water resources. It is a day to celebrate water and make a difference for people who do not have access to the safe water they need. Our watershed and rivers are the main source for water. However, because of natural calamities like typhoons, climate change, human interventions and abuses, it is now at stake and deteriorating. As such, Metro Carigara Water District will continue its 5th year of the Adopt-A-Tree Water Stewardship Program. This water stewardship program was initiated five years ago on the occasion of the international World Water Day celebration. It aims to gather helping hands and every single individual who loves to be a part of a legacy of protecting the natural water resources by planting, growing, and nurturing trees. With this year’s theme, Water and Climate Change, more volunteers are anticipated to get involved and be present compared to previous years. This is an obvious indication that more people are concerned about the current situation of the environment. Today is the best time to prepare and build our legacy. A legacy for our children, and our children’s children. We can always help this advocacy. We can plant trees anywhere every day. A tree for legacy; a tree for life continuity.
Start date: March 22, 2020
End date: March 22, 2020
Organization: Metro Carigara Water District