Governor Calvo and Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio are inviting the island community to head down to Merizo tomorrow (Saturday) to plant trees at the Manell Watershed in Merizo.
The Guam Forestry & Soil Resources Division of the Guam Department of Agriculture continues their work, with the help of the community, to plant trees at the watershed. The Manell Watershed Reforestation Planting Event” project aims to reduce the threat of erosion in the beautiful village of Merizo.
Already, various student groups along with the Bureau of Statistics and Plans – Guam Coastal Management Program and NOAA have participated. Tomorrow the goal is to plant 2,000 trees.
“We thank those in our island community who have participated in this effort to reduce soil erosion and runoff that threatens our reefs and marine ecosystem,” Governor Calvo stated.
Meet 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, along Quinene Road, Merizo. We encourage people to carpool as parking is limited.
Please wear proper attire, closed-toe shoes, and long sleeved shirts.
If you have any questions, please call, 300-7977 or 777-2500.

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