The Makiling Center for Mountain Ecosystems (MCME) is announcing its semestral training on natural resource interpretation for UPLB students to add more Educators for Nature Tourism (ENTs). The ENTs is a program coordinated by the Botanic Garden, Parks and Ecotourism Division of MCME to look for interested UPLB students who can serve as interpreters and guides in MCME’s visitor attractions such as Peak 2, Mudsprings and the Makiling Botanic Gardens (MBG). This year’s 2-day ENTs training will be held on August 27 and September 3, 2016 at MBG’s Toyota Environmental Education Theater.
ENTs showing the Tree Surgery of Molave (Vitex parviflora)
If you are a duly registered UPLB student who has a curiosity and enthusiasm in sharing your knowledge of nature, sign up for the training by expressing your interest through email: firstname.lastname@example.org or through phone: 536-2637 (look for Forester Angela Limpiada or Forester Valeriana Barredo-Parducho).
by Rogelio T. Andrada II, Valeriana O. Barredo-Parducho and Angela A. Limpiada