Sunday, February 22, 2009
LOGSAC yields 100 Kilograms Garbage from Tudaya Falls
In celebrating its 2nd Founding Anniversary on February 20, 2009; the Local Government of Sta. Cruz Adventure Club (LOGSAC) has yielded yet another great experience by unloading a total of 100 kilograms of solid waste from the already-burdened shoulders of Tudaya Waterfalls, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur.
From cigarette filters to women napkins, liquor bottles to cellophanes and all others…. “we have emptied this place from garbage,” said Jonas, LOGSAC vice president. The group also installed signage within the area of the falls.
Consistent with its thrust to rehabilitate the environment, LOGSAC has collaborated with the local government of Sta. Cruz administration to uphold sustainable development while Tudaya Falls is still existing.
“The nature deserves all these. We need to give back whatever good things that we can do to save and protect the environment. As mountaineers, we all love nature; so it’s fitting to reward them for the very nice memories. If the nature vanished, we will again lose a very important parcel of our happiness”, said Papong, one of LOGSAC’s pioneering members.
The clean up drive had formed part of the activities of 2nd year of the club’s existence. Other activities were community immersion and fellowship night and reggae party.