Around 900 seedlings of indigenous trees such as narra, acacia, yakal, white lauan, and bitaog were given to the public for free during the Community PanTree activity of the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources- Leyte (PENRO- Leyte). The activity was conducted in line with the celebration of Philippine Environment Month last June.

PENR Officer Moises B. Dela Cruz says the activity was aimed at encouraging the public not only to plant but to cultivate and grow the trees to help in the greening efforts of the country.