Tree plantings for 2019

May 27, 2019

UPDATE: 2019 tree plantings are now full!

Can’t join a tree planting this year? Help us plant more forests from home.

In order for tree plantings to occur, donations must be collected to fund the proper propagation of native tree species and to support People’s Organizations who sustain their own native tree nurseries.

To help us make this happen, simply participate in either of our Adopt-A-Seedling programs below:

This 2019, our tree plantings continue as we work to restore forests for our future. Tree plantings occur from June to December during the rainy season, this way the survival rates of newly-planted seedlings increase.

At each tree planting you will learn about:

  • The native tree species you will plant.
  • Foresters in charge of using and teaching proper Rainforestation methods.
  • Local government groups & stakeholders.
  • The People’s Organizations who help ensure the trees survive their first years.

Tree planting schedule 2019:

  • July 27 – Brgy. Tanauan, Real, Quezon (FULL)
  • August 31 – Mt. Batolusong, Tanay, Rizal (FULL)
  • September 28 – San Cristobal, San Pablo (FULL)
  • October 26 – Brgy. Tanauan, Real, Quezon (FULL)
  • November 23 – San Cristobal, San Pablo (FULL)


  • P350 per volunteer (adopts one seedling, & supports continued restoration of forest).
  • Transportation available with limited seating. For availability and cost email Maria at, or call landline 421-1209.
  • Exact location to be given upon registration for those with their own transportation, or email Maria at, or call landline 421-1209.

2019 REGISTRATION NOW FULL! Steps to register 

  • Step 1: Register with Haribon Tree Planting Google Form.
  • Step 2: Confirm your registration via donation here (1 adopted seedling = 1 registrant). P350 per individual.
  • Step 3: Send confirmation to Maria:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Q: Is transportation available?
    A: Limited seating is available in vans, payment is separate from tree planting registration. For information on availability, please email, or call 421-1209.
  • Q: Can children or high school student volunteers register?
    A: Youth ages 13 to 19 must be accompanied by guardian(s). Ages 12 and below are not recommended to join due to the trek, and often rainy or wet environment.
  • Q: Where does my registration fee go to?
    A: Your payment goes directly to future tree plantings. But not only for a seedling, but also to the People’s Organizations who help us ensure the survival of the planted trees until they mature into a self-sustaining forest.