Your trees in the Philippines

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Restoring forests in the Philippines

Your trees in the Philippines

In the Philippines, our partner NTFP-EP is working with indigenous communities to plant native seedlings that restore the land. Our partner Kennemer Foods, meanwhile, restores forests and creates agroforestry systems for smallholder farmers.


Kennemer Foods , NTFP-EP

Planting method

Nurseries, "rainforestation"

Planting season


Main threats

Logging, slash-and-burn, invasive grasses

Wildlife protected

Visayan warty pig, Visayan spotted deer, Varanus mabitang, Visayan tarictic hornbill, Writhed-billed hornbill



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Top trees species

Canarium luzonicum

Native Species Endangered

Lansium Domesticum
Native Species

Musa acuminata
Native Species

Podocarpus rumphii
Native Species Endangered

Shorea astylosa
Native Species Endangered

Palaquium mindanaense
Native Species Endangered

More information about our work in the Philippines Back to Overview

Posted by The Sailing Traveller