Participating in the Kiwanis Asia-Pacific's Green Generation initiative launched during this year's Kiwanis One Day, Key Club STI - Iligan demonstrated its commitment to a proactive approach to community and environmental activities.
The club members actively engaged in mangrove planting at Bayug Island, led by the Southern Philippine District. The club's active participation signifies its dedication to positively impacting both the local community and the larger environment.
In the fight against climate change, Key Club STI - Iligan has proven that even such small actions may have a significant impact. They have not only helped to preserve the environment by sowing the seeds for mangroves but have encouraged others to take action.
Bayug Island in Iligan City, Philippines is ideal for mangrove planting due to the Mangrove Reforestation and Rehabilitation Project, which aims to produce over 100,000 propagules and involve local populations in ecosystem preservation.